Tuesday, April 10, 2018

Imperial White Coffee

Roasted Pork and BBQ Pork (Char Siu) Rice at MYR 10.90+ (10% service charge = MYR 12 nett). Passable only.

The above items are the other rice dishes on their menu. 

I like the thick and strong taste of their Ipoh White Coffee (Ice) at MYR 4.95 nett but my friend said that it is too strong for her.

I ordered the CC01 item but they did not serve it to us despite 3 reminders so we cancelled our order. I wonder what does the name mean. I wanted to go and try it on another day but everytime we go there, there was a long queue so we abandoned our quest.

Located at Kuchai Entrepreneur Park, this place seems to be very popular at this time.

22 comments:

  1. Something like Ipoh White Coffee. But this is non-halal. I prefer they serve sauce separately in a saucer, not pour on top of my rice and meat.

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  2. bullet proof coffee is coffee + butter. Hub who is on keto diet will usually blend his coffee + butter + coconut oil. He said this is yummy and can keep him full for hours. but for me, this doesnt work coz carbs is my middle name

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    1. I wonder how the butter inside the coffee make the whole thing taste like.

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  3. That pork platter looks really good!

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    1. But my friend says the taste is so-so only.

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  4. the pork platter looks good, but since u mentioned it is just passable, then I shall just skip this

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    1. but you can go try the butter coffee.

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  5. Meat portion is big.. looks good but you said passable.. :)

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  6. Looks like business is so good they don't have to care about service.

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    1. Not that they do not care. We talked to the person in charge and he was really concerned but it is out of his control.

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  7. Now I am feeling hungry! Long time didn't eat roast or bbq pork rice! Maybe I buy some bbq pork for dinner!

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    1. Have you tried making char siew before? Since you can make yuk kon I think you can make char siew as well.

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  8. I like the white coffee at Annie-1. As for the bullet proof coffee, I read about it some time ago. It's coffee blended with butter which sounds horrible to me >.<

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    1. This one served by Annie-1 is THE BEST in the world.

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    2. hah I nearly miss your comment because TM answered it. I must order the white coffee at Annie 1 and remember the taste because I don't remember which coffee we ordered when we ate there last time.

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    3. ah so even TM says it is the best.

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  9. Bullet proof coffee, what a special name for coffee with butter, i don't think i dare to try

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  10. I have tried before with butter in other places and it tasted good. It is very common in mountain regions like Tibet, Bhutan and Nepal.

    BTW all the traditional coffee beans in Malaysia are being fried with butter in the huge wok. Why it is scaring some readers away? LOL

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    1. Those countries need butter a lot because they are cold countries. Hahahaha, I guess they did not know that or they only drink overseas coffee.

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