Chinese Croissant Dry Chili Pan Mee Green Curry Fried Rice Indian Jam & Kaya Croissant Kopitiam Kuchai Lama Local Many cuisines under one roof Omellete with prawns Thai

AM Town Kopitiam at Kuchai Lama – Niceee

A friend of mine introduced me to this kopitiam. I was told food was good and they serve a number of different cuisines under one roof – Thai, Chinese, Local, Indian and etc. Literally, Curry Mee, Dim Sum, Nasi Lemak, Thai Fried Rice, Tom Yam and Indian Banana Leaf Rice all available at one place. How cool is that? Upon hearing that, I was sold 😁😁.

The kopitiam has both indoor and outdoor seating. We chose to sit inside because it was a hot day and the airconditioned area was much preferable. Customer service was great, we were immediately attended to.



Local & Indian


They sure do offer a variety of dishes here. Seeing Indian Banana Leaf Rice served here though, in this setting was fascinating. I saw someone else in the midst of being served it and told myself that I’d give it a go the next time I drop by for a visit. Visually, once the curry and the fried chicken arrived, it looked good. I forego it this time because I was salivating after their Pan Mee 😁

Butter & Kaya Croissant, RM 5.90

Ooooo yummy. Buttery croissant with a good amount of homemade kaya and blocks of butter. Biting into it was divine. It certainly was a good start to my lunch here.

Dry Chili Pan Mee, RM 10.90

This dish was awesome too. When I initially placed my order, at 12.45 pm, I was told that this Pan Mee was not available because one component – the chilli, was finished. πŸ₯ΊπŸ˜­πŸ˜­πŸ˜­. I was really looking forward to it and it was a bummer. So there I was, studying the menu really hard, in order to land on another dish. 10 minutes passed and right before I opted for Fried Kuey Teow, I was informed that the Dry Chili Pan Mee was available again. Yay!! 😁😁 It was clearly meant to be lah. The dish came with two options for noodles – tear or thick. I went for tear, which basically was made up of flat noodles. It went well with the rest of the ingredients on the plate. Mixing it all up and then eating it was a joy. It tasted good. I liked it.

Green Curry Fried Rice, RM 7.90 + Omelette with prawns, RM 7.90

I dont know about you guys but I dont come by Green Curry Fried Rice regularly. Green Curry, yes but not Green Curry Fried Rice.

The taste of Green Curry was evident and this was a good fried rice. At a cost of RM 7.90, what we got served was affordably priced. It included long beans, egg, carrot, chili, spring onions. However, if you are one who likes your fried rice on the spicier side, you best tell them beforehand. Based on our fried rice, the level of spicyness was on the mild side and we had to request for extra servings of chili potong. The only thing we did not like about this dish was the fact that it was served cold. I think the cook most likely cooked fried rice first, kept it aside and then proceeded to cook the omelette in hopes of serving both dishes together. As a result, by the time the fried rice arrived at our table, it has already cooled down.

The omelette was a good addition to the fried rice. It was light and fluffy, had bits of carrots and small prawns scattered all over.

By the end of it, my friends and I had our tummies filled with tasty food. Burp!! I had a good time here generally and so, I would not mind at all to head back here for another visit in the near future.

Address: No. 25, Ground Floor, Jalan Kuchai Maju 18, Kuchai Lama, KL.

Opening hours: Everyday. 7.30 am – 10 pm.

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