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KOPITIAM MALAYSIAN STREET FOOD RESTAURANT [53 CAPEL STREET DUBLIN]-126314 | by infomatique
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KOPITIAM MALAYSIAN STREET FOOD RESTAURANT [53 CAPEL STREET DUBLIN]-126314

This has yet to open for business but I hope to give it a try as soon as the doors are opened to the public.

 

Up until a few years ago this street was dominated by Furniture Outlets and Tool Shops and a few Polish Grocery shop but more recently the furniture shops are being replaced by restaurants.

 

 

A kopitiam or kopi tiam is a traditional coffee shop found in Southeast Asia, patronised for meals and beverages. The word kopi is a Malay/Hokkien term for coffee and tiam is the Hokkien/Hakka term for shop.

 

Menus typically feature simple offerings: a variety of foods based on egg, toast, and kaya, plus coffee, tea, and Milo, a malted chocolate drink which is extremely popular in Southeast Asia, particularly Malaysia and Singapore and Brunei and in some parts of Indonesia, especially at Sumatra Island.

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Taken on March 27, 2017