Monday, June 25, 2018

Butter white coffee

Drinks for 3 pax at Imperial White Coffee, Kuchai Lama.

Mui Choy Lotus Paste Biscuit - MYR 9+ (10% service charge = MYR 9.90 nett). Mui Choy is sweet salty preserved vegetables so this biscuit is sweet and savoury. My friend thinks that it tastes similar to the mixed nuts mooncakes.
My iced white coffee with butter in it - MYR 4.80+ (MYR 5.28 nett). My friends said that they could taste the butter but I could not. It tastes like very thick and sweet coffee but I like its taste once I added the correct amount of ice to it.

Steamed kaya butter Apollo Bun - MYR 4.80+ (MYR 5.28 nett). Very soft and fluffy.

These are the drinks on another visit. The biscuits are included in the drink order.

Ham, Luncheon Meat, Egg Apollo Bun at MYR 7.20+ (MYR 7.92 nett). I think the yellow sauce is mayo cheese sauce. Taste quite good.

Cold coffee section

Coffee mixed with Tea section.

Bread and Buns Section.

Steamed Bun and Bread Section.

Will you buy this to try?

Old style interior

Two visits in a row.

18 comments:

  1. I like my bread toasted with kaya and butter, I don't think I would want to try butter coffee

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    1. They got sell toasts with kaya and butter too.

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  2. Lotus paste biscuit looks good. I like the look of the pastry and I love lotus paste.

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    1. But this is with mui choy (perserved vegetables) together with lotus paste.

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  3. Apollo bun fits me more. Savoury. Hehe.

    The lotus paste biscuit did looked like mooncake.

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    1. So you prefer savoury than sweet.

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  4. I m interested in bullet proof white coffee, sounds interesting!

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    1. Near to your place so you can go try! :)

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  5. Yes, I will try a quarter piece just to satisfy and out of curiosity.. hahahaa..

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    1. I think you will take another quarter piece after trying 1 piece. :)

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  6. Very interesting this mui choy lotus paste biscuit. I won't mind giving it a try but I really want that luncheon meat bun!

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    1. hehehehe, that luncheon meat bun is sure comfort food. The mui choy lotus paste biscuit is worth a try.

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  7. Looks like a nice place for tea time.

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  8. They are selling all the types of comfort food that I love. I am curious to try that Mui Choy Lotus Paste Biscuit since it tasted like Mixed Nuts Moon cake.

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    1. If you pass by that area, you can go try.

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  9. My dad used to add butter to his coffee! I will try a piece of the mui choy biscuit.

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    1. Do you add butter to your coffee too like your father used to do? Yes, the mui choy pastry is worth trying.

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