Sunday, August 17, 2014

Hailam Kopitiam

Mee Siam - MYR7.80 - I like this as the meehoon was soft enough and there were lots of crunchy beansprouts.

Nasi lemak with chicken rendang - MYR9.60 - I find that this is a good price when compared to the price of nasi lemak sold by its competitors in this area.

I suddenly realized that we have been eating at this type of franchise kopitiam two days in a row recently. This was because we did not eat our meals at the usual meal times so all the other eateries have closed for a break between lunch time and dinner time. These franchise kopitiams were the only ones opened for business at the time we were hungry.

Cendol - MYR4.20 - tasty! 

 Colourful banner

 Nice decor

Hailam in Chinese words 

Shop front

Hailam Kopitiam,
Jalil Link
Service Charge: 5%
Govt. Tax: No
Air conditioned: Yes semi enclosed
Total Bill: MYR22.70 (2 pax)

16 comments:

  1. I've seen this place a long long time ago, like from day1, but never been there.. Maybe one day should try.. Food looks nice, like any other kopitiam food.. Normally if I come to this Jalil link, it's gonna be one reason only - seeing Dr.Ron at Medivron clinic, then buy Chatime after that, hehe..

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  2. Ooooo....mee siam looks really good. They have a few Hailam kopitiam in Kuching, none here. Never tried those there or anywhere either. I think there's a big Hailam restaurant round the corner from Pavilion? I hear the food's good.

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    1. In pavilion or at plaza bukit bintang that side?

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    2. I must open my eyes bigger next time I go to that area and look for it.

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  3. Is this Jalil Link a place? Like a hangout area like Sunway Giza? I don't think I heard of it before.
    I opposite from you with mee siam, I prefer less taugeh, ideally none, as although crunchy, they dilute the spicy and sour taste of my mouthful of mee siam.

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    1. Jalil link is a commercial area shops offices in bukit jalil near to afc. Wah so you love spicy and sour food.

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  4. I can see that the taugeh is fresh and not overcooked. Nasi lemak looks good too and cendol was perfect to end the meal!

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  5. I like the meehoon, yes, the bean sprouts looks fresh and crunchy! We do not have a Hailam kopithiam over here... I think each kopithiam have their own kind of food and the most common one is the nasi lemak... sedap!

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    1. I think all of them have roughly the same type of food.

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  6. haha, nice sharing, the price was okay for me~ =D

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    1. This place is not that expensive.

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  7. This used to be my regular hang out until PapaRich sprouted everywhere! Now they just opened one new Hailam near my house and I should continue to patronize. The coffee kao is nice and the mee siam is also good for me.
    Recently I attended a pot luck farewell gathering at a friend's home and someone brought a pot of very delicious and fragrant Mee Siam. She confessed that she bought them from Bakeroni in Taman Desa! Wow! The taste was heavenly nice!

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    1. Thanks for the tips. I will go visit Bakeroni for their mee siam one day.

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