Sample nostalgic nyonya fare, such as bak kut teh (pork ribs in a peppery broth) and slow-cooked massaman curry (a rich but mild coconut curry), alongside Thai iced tea and coffee at this vintage-style café. Though only about a decade old, Kopitiam captures the look and feel of the Chinese-style coffee shops historically found across the Malay Peninsula. That’s right: think Chinese signage, whirring ceiling fans, old framed photos of Phuket and red hanging lanterns. Come for the food, stay for the nostalgia.
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