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Sunday, October 18, 2009

Chung Kok_for a cup of "Kopi O"

I feel I have a responsibility to introduce some good places and good foods in Klang to you all since I living here.
This busy coffee shop opened for business more than 50 years ago, getting a table is a waiting game in the mornings.
That's why I waited till now only I make my way to here for their Hainanese Kopi O (black coffee with sugar" and my favorite Nasi Lemak.

- Hainanese Kopi O- "drink at your own risk"
-charcoal-toasted bread
-Chung Kok
-see the crowd in the morning...the good thing here is, it is "Tanggung Halal", Malay members also can enjoy truly Hainanese coffee here.
-I heard the owner had tried out several nasi lemak sellers and to pick the tastiest nasi lemak.
-This nasi lemak is just ok and normal for me, quite a mild version, not up to my standard, you know me, I like hot and spicy food...
- Just like to share with you the old buildings around this area

Chung Kok Coffee shop is opposite the train station on Jalan Station, Klang.


~Rachel~ said...

Sonia, your post makes me home sick.. i love the old style Hainanese Kopi O and the charcoal-toasted bread, i think most of the coffee shop makes the bread by toaster, but i prefer the charcoal style. And the nasi lemak, i like the mild version because i can't really eat too spicy..^_^ thanks for your sharing..

Anonymous said...

Hi Sonia, That gorgeous cup of coffee is just what I need right now in this cold and gloomy new york city weather... also I love those old fashioned colonial style buildings ... & like you...I too am a lover of spicy food ! : )

Sonia said...

Rachel, I know you miss home. This morning Klang here a bit cold due to heavy rain last night, maybe I should go to this coffee shop to have a cup of black coffee..

NAT, suprisingly you from New York also like spicy food, anyway, good for you, hehehe..

Uncle Lee said...

Hello Sonia, I too love nasi lemak, with iced coffee.
Okay, must check out this place when and if I am around that vicinity.
You have a nice day and keep a song in your heart, Lee.

Shandy said...

Sonia, what amazing buildings! I am glad you found your coffee shop to sit at for the coffee and nasi lemak but I think you cook this 'so' much better. Thank you for sharing the pictures, just beautiful =)

Penny said...

Oh My God!...I am the superb Kopi-O supporter! This kopi really 'black' enuf...can know the taste oredi!I went to Klang once for teatime, but cant remember the coffee shop name, i remember the kopi-o and toast also very nice..is a corner shop and very crowded too! nearby PingHwa High School there...u know?

Anncoo said...

I only take kopi-O and it is a must for in the morning while reading my newspaper.

米亚 said...

This is such a traditional and cool kopitiam... i have never been there before... where is that???

Bakeling said...

Hainanese Coffee taste good !

May I 8-挂,How much is the nasi lemak per plate ?

Little Corner of Mine said...

Wow this kopitiam got lots of customers!

Colin Woon said...

These photos brought back a lot of memories. Miss those black coffee and charcoal toasted bread.

Maybe you can bring us there the next time we're in Klang.

Btw, the first 2 shots makes me hungry. Good job!

A Full-Timed Housefly said...

Ohhhhhhhh... I'm the KOPI QUEEN...one day without coffee , I cannot function properly and would rather die without food than without coffee !! LOL

Sonia said...

Lee, Thanks for dropped by.

Shandy,ya, I think I cook better nasi lemak.

Penny, I think you refered to that shop name called Chong Foh, see my post :-http://nasilemaklover.blogspot.com/2009/01/coffee-shop-chong-foh.html..

Anncoo, a wonderful morning with Kopi O

Sonia said...

Mia, nearby train station..next time you come back here, I will bring you there.

Bakeling, not very sure, I didn't count, I think is about RM3-4 per plate.

LCOM, very crowded coffee shop.

Colin, of course, I will bring you and Mia ok..

A full time housefly, it seem a lot of Kopi Queen out there..hehehe..

sasa said...

em..din't know that there is a shop like this at klang..okay okay, next time when back to klang should bring my parent to go there..haha..my parent like kopi o XD

温馨小屋 said...

那盘nasi lemak看得我口水流咧!

Julian Si said...

Can't believe I have never had this nasi lemak ... must try when I am next home in May 2010 !!

Many thanks for the tip ... what a super blog, love the "nasi lemak focus"!

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