Thursday, January 8, 2009

Dinner @ Kocha Kopitiam Raja Uda



Two weeks ago when we visited my sister's new house at Permatang Pauh, we got a chance to scout around Raja Uda area for food. It was evening and we'd like to have a simple dinner. Hubby drove along the Raja Uda road hunting for food but none of them attracted us....then a shop caught our eyes. It was Kocha Kopitiam. The design and setting was similar to Old Town...so we gave it a try!

For drinks we ordered Lime Juice (RM1.80) and Ice Honey Lemon (RM2.80).


To get a feeling how this Kocha toast compared to Old Town, we ordered Banana french toast(RM3.80). We were pleasantly surprised that the toast was not bad. In fact it was good. However, the waiter informed they wrongly added honey on top of it. But whatever, we like that way better! :P

I ordered Grilled Mexican Chicken(RM8.90). The Grilled chicken was nice with their home made Mexican sauce. The chicken thigh is too small for me. Hahaha...


Hubby ordered seafood fried spaghetti (RM6.90). The serving is too small for hubby and according to him, the taste could have been stronger.

Still with half empty stomach, hubby ordered their Nasi Lemak Sambal Udang (RM5.90).


Unfortunately the rice was not fragrant, and though the sambal udang is spicy enough, it was too bitter to go with the rice. :( I guess they have too much of grounded lemon grass in the sambal udang. Also, the anchovies are chewy, not chrispy. Old Town's nasi lemak special is much more better.

Overall, the dinner cost us RM30.10. Not too expensive but the food was not too satisfying. Another place to hang out for free WiFi.

8 comments:

Duckie said...

not too good huh?!

SimpleGirl said...

As for toast, I love Kim Gary the most....the thick one, lovely!

worldwindows said...

Kocha. Interesting. Food business has too many factors to control. Not easy to deliver good food day in day out esp. staff turnover is high and training not enough.

J2Kfm said...

that's cheap, but being typical Kopitiam food, I can attest to your review.

there's a REALLY good, sinful albeit oily French Toast in Ipoh. one of the best, really! i've tasted French toast from Kim Gary to Wong Kok to Old Town to....

cariso said...

Last time when old town was first opened at Megamall, I used to visit this Kocha Kopitiam too. Now no more as island got many such kopitiam outlets loh ;)

Kristie said...

pretty cheap food!

New Kid on the Blog said...

wow, explore up to Raja Uda already!!?? :D

i've not try out those places down there.

Dora said...

Nice cheap food and free WiFi at Kopitiam...A good place for food bloggers! :)

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