So, after building up an appetite by wandering around the nearby markets (Spitalsfield and Brick Lane), we wandered over to check this place out. The story behind this is, my friend knows the uncle of the owner.. You know how close knit some Asian communities are.. Great networking. "My nephew is opening an eatery, so, please support and check it outlah!"
£15 for certain areas of London
They have two branches and the one we went to was at Aldgate East. I have to say, the prices were quite reasonable and the food were quite tasty. You can takeaway or have them delivered as well.
Anyhow, here it is. They had complimentary kaya toast for their popup Kopitiam on Sunday.. which were quite small in size... It's basically two pieces of bread, spread with kaya (coconut jam with sugar, coconut, milk and pandan) and butter, toasted, put together and cut into 4 pieces. I've missed the taste of kaya, which is a stable breakfast diet of Malaysians and Singaporeans.. I'll happily eat them if they are free, but I'm not sure if I would pay £3.50 for them
|Complimentary Kaya toast. Usually £3.50..|
|Let's not forget the teh tarik. Another stable drink in Malaysia. I ordered the iced version|
|Michael Jackson - Grass Jelly with Soy milk, syrup and ice cream|
|Curry laksa (the works) - egg noodles & vermicelli with tofu, prawns, chicken and egg, bean sprouts, coriander & shallots - £9.50|
|I had the Chicken Curry Laksa £8.00|