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Arriving by Public Bus: SBS Transit – 30, 79, 154, 157, 174, 174e, 179, 179A, 181, 182, 182M, 192, 193, 194, 198, 199, 240, 241, 242, 243W/G, 246, 249, 251, 252, 254, 255, 257, 405 (Alight at Boon Lay Interchange) SMRT – 172, 178, 180, 187 (Alight at Boon Lay Interchange) Arriving by Train: Boon Lay MRT - EW27 on the East West Line continue reading
Introduction
The ambience of OldTown White Coffee gives that unmistakable air of warmth and camaraderie. From the very first outlet to the 211th outlet currently, OldTown White Coffee is the earliest to bring that legendary cup of white coffee from 1958 out of Ipoh. continue reading
Good For
Kids-Friendly
Payment Methods
Visa Master Cash
Other Info
Pork Free
Restaurant Website
http://www.oldtown.com.my/
Signature Dishes
Curry Pan Mee Ipoh Chicken Hor Fun Penang Asam Laksa
Review (42)
Level4 2014-12-07
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Old town white coffee is actually originated from Malaysia. One of their signature dish includes their speciality nasi lemak as well as their coffee. I decided to try one of their speciality nasi lemak which include deep fried chicken wing, some crackers, Ikan bills with peanut, half hard boiled egg as well as some cucumber slices. Their chicken wing is well marinated with spices and the batter is well seasoned as well. Texture wise has a very crispy skin and is not too oily. As for the cracker, it has a bland taste but goes quite well with the rice. However, the Ikan Bills is quite salty as compared to other nasi lemak stall while the peanut has a nice roasted taste. The chili sauce is not too spicy which I expect and is quite oily as well. Price wise is still affordable, but the quality of the food can still be improved further. continue reading
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Level4 2014-01-31
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Some of the my nostalgic favourites are found in Old Town White Coffee. This is an area of comfort... the restaurant is decorated with old-fashioned looking furniture to retain the traditional atmosphere. Don't expect too much from their service - the aunties are not trained to be friendly or all that neighbourly towards you.Signature dishes are plastered on top of the counter if you don't have any clue on what to order. If you're looking for privacy, Old Town White Coffee is not the one for you. With tables and chairs really close to each other, it is easy to listen to a stranger's conversation even if you don't want to.Old Town White Coffee offers a large variety of food but here are the reviews of what we have eaten and drank!FoodCurry Chicken Noodles - SGD5.80Rich and thick in curry, it almost taste like laksa only that the noodles and chicken are different. One can easily peel off the fatty skin from the chicken... the noodles was thick and delicious! The curry had a sweet twist to it and the aroma of the coconut oil used was extremely fragrant, causing me to have a really good appetite and gobble down the bowl of curry chicken noodles.However, it was a little too oily and I wish they have drained the oil that was on the surface!Asam Laksa -SGD5.80It was a disappointing bowl as the broth tasted too diluted. Even though it is very spicy, there was no fragrance coming out of it. The prawns were freshly peeled but too little in portion.. and the noodles looked 'dead' as they hang lifelessly on my chopsticks. This isn't recommended.Prawn rolls - SGD4.50These 5 pieces of prawn rolls were deep fried and probably made in-house. It was crispy on the outside and juicy on the inside. Sink your teeth into this crispy roll and you will definitely fall in love with it.. I would recommend this as an after-meal fix instead of a starter because it made me feel like I finished my meal with a bang!DrinksOld Town White Coffee sells really awesome coffee and tea that are extremely thick and strong. Costing only $2.50 (Cold), $2.20 (Hot) respectively, I ordered the Yuan Yang (both hot and cold). I would recommend the cold one as it felt like there was more liquid as compared to the hot one.Things to NOTE for OpenRicers1. Make your order and payment at the counter as there will not be any waitress to serve you.2. Try to sit near the entrance as the window seat is quite warm (too near the kitchen). If you're afraid of cold, then go ahead and sit at the innermost parts of the restaurant.3. The loo is right outside the restaurant (near the NTUC Fairprice Xtra), so it is very convenient.4. The stools are quite uncomfortable to sit on.. so if you're having long heart-to-heart conversations with friends, this may not be a very comfortable place to go to!5. Do bring along a packet of wet tissue as the cutlery is placed on the table. There are too many people not washing their hands after visiting the loo nowadays! continue reading
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Level4 2013-10-15
83 views
At Jurong Point corner, there was this Old Town White Coffee outlet that always has a crowd dining there.I had ordered their menu recommended Nasi lemak. The dish took quite to serve on the table as there was a dinner crowd.The Nasi Lemak had fried chicken wings, peanuts, ikan bilis, crackers and a half egg. I wonder why they did not give a whole egg.The chicken wing was hot and crispy on the outside. The chicken meat was slightly dry though. The sambal chilli was nice with some onions and ikan bilis, tasted sweet and spicy.The rice was quite disappointing. The rice looked full of coconut milk, but the taste was none of coconut milk, not even the aroma. It just tasted like normal plain oily rice lump together. continue reading
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Level4 2013-08-25
74 views
I was looking for a place to have teabreak so I decided to drop by Old Town. The food here is steeper than similar places such as toast box.etc and they have a larger variety of food items on the menu. I got an iced enriched chocolate drink for $3.30. The chocolate was rich enough and did not taste diluted. It was quite nice, except that there was too much ice. The Old Town French Toast $4.50 was really yummy too maybe because I really love french toast. The butter provided was too little though. Overall, it is still worth a try continue reading
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Level4 2013-07-01
57 views
The toast here is pretty good. It's really crisp on the outside and still a little soft on the inside. The kaya used has a nice coconut flavour with lots of pandan taste. The kaya is just sweet enough and pairs really well with the toast pieces. However the toast was slightly burnt on the day that I bought my toast! So this added a slight bitter taste which was quite unpleasant. Hope this was a one off experience. continue reading
(The above review is the personal opinion of a user which does not represent OpenRice's point of view.)