Kedai Kopi Min Jiang, Air Itam Road

I am going to pimp this coffee shop a bit because they have foods that are unique. The coffee shop is on the same block with Tan Chong showroom. Check out the place if you haven’t cos it is this little, unassuming coffee shop actually sells very yummy tomyam and grilled fish.

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I am currently on a vegetarian diet and was ecstatic when the stall sells vegetables like asparagus, okra and four-angled beans. Just perfect for me to fulfill my cravings for grilled stingray. They are very generous with the sambal and the accompaniment of tamarind and chillies sauce was great.

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Don’t miss the tomyam. It is sold by this plump woman who cook every pot individually. Waiting time is long but it is worth waiting. The soup taste is just balanced. And for RM7, you get a whole squid, two prawns and fish meats. Only sad thing is I have to remove all the seafoods and enjoy only the noodles.

Remember to order the heh chien and wantan mee made with this weird looking noodle which is similar looking to intestines.

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8 thoughts on “Kedai Kopi Min Jiang, Air Itam Road

    […] had written about this coffeeshop in Jalan Air Itam but since I like the place so much, I am going to a post here again. The place is […]

    shooi

    (May 9, 2007 - 9:25 pm)

    Salivating just looking at your tom yam pic!

    Erina Law

    (May 10, 2007 - 11:35 am)

    Four angled-beans are our fav. Buah petai is mine only lar. Just cooked some sambal buah petai lately. No need other dish. Just that with rice is good enough liau.

    […] And a plate of prawn omelette (heh chien). RM6. So, we spent about RM25 for a meal of fried rice (which my two younger sons shared), drinks and all the above. (foods from Kedai Kopi Min Jiang) […]

    […] there is this fantastic fish head noodle which I love from Kedai Kopi Min Jiang. The guy fried those slices of fresh fishes on the spot. This means you get crunchy, freshly fried […]

    […] there is this fantastic fish head noodle which I love from Kedai Kopi Min Jiang. The guy fried those slices of fresh fishes on the spot. This means you get crunchy, freshly fried […]

    […] have blogged about Kedai Kopi Min Jiang but I go there so often so this is another post for […]

    Penn

    (November 7, 2008 - 2:09 am)

    Quite a waste that you have to throw out the seafood/meat. I hope you are no longer a vegetarian as what good is it to host a non-meat food blog when the world is meat eaters. Just think about the lost revenue from google ads. Cheers.

    http://Idonthaveasite –> meant to say “I don’t have a site”

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