Fact #2 - food always tastes better when sharing with those you care about most.
I was lucky enough to experience a combination of both these facts on a recent trip to Kopi Tim last Friday night with my boyfriend and two of my closest friends from Uni. Kopi Tim, located down the lower end of Gouger St (across Morphett St moving away from the CBD), serves good, wholesome Malaysian food.
|Fluorescent signage - enticing!|
|Ayam Goreng - special fried chicken|
The fried chicken was delicious! Crispy, spiced coating encased juicy thigh meat with minimal bones. KFC would not be able to compete with the flavours this chicken was packing! The chicken was served with a sweet and sour dipping sauce.
|Char Kway Teow|
|Hainanese chicken - so tender!|
To end this blog post, I'm going to link back to its title. During a number of visits to Kopi Tim, I have seen Cheong Liew sharing the dining space and tucking into traditional Malaysian fare. Could you go wrong with eating at a place that one of Australia's finest chefs frequents? I don't think so. I'm sure he has high standards - that says it all really.
Ping Pong gives Kopi Tim 9/10 chops on the chopping board.