21 November 2008

The Kopi Roti experience: A part of the 250PHP challenge




I may be one of the last ones to discover Kopi Roti but still better late than never. I keep on hearing and reading about Kopi Roti that I was very curious about it. So after a hearty dinner at Buddy's, me and friend BV again scouted out Kopi Roti at 'The Columns” along Ayala Avenue. We had a good free parking space at the Columns and we found Kopi Roti and immediately I liked the welcoming atmosphere that they projected. Since it was my first time, I gave free hand to friend BV to order for us. She ordered a Set E for me which consisted of their signature Singaporean coffee with sweetened milk at the bottom, their crusty and very filling kopi bun with a very creamy spread at the center and soft boiled eggs with their special soy sauce. For herself she ordered Set F which consisted of a mug of Kopi Roti and Kopi Bun.
She then educated me on how to drink the Kopi Roti which is simply to stir the coffee together with the milk at the bottom and then eat the bun with the soft boiled egg. Wow, that was a very good gastronomic experience at a very reasonable price. For the whole thing that friend BV ordered, total bill – 185PHP. My rating for them would be 8 out of 10 for the overall
experience. I can't wait to go to Kopi Roti again! See you soon!

7 comments:

kEwL MomMa said...
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kEwL MomMa said...

There's a kopi roti in Davao but we never got to "tambay" there yet. I'll try 'em one of these days...hmmm..maybe when Paschner's here... :)

bisaya in manila said...

try them out...they are cheap and i love their products....

Mai.Mai said...

I love kopiroti.. kopi plus the bun. perfect.

bisaya in manila said...

Mai.Mai - thanks for visiting. I just recently tried them out when a friend introduced them to me. Yeah, they are good and for half the price of a starbucks...you can have your caffeine fix...

[cookiespink] said...

love the kopi buns!!

bisaya in manila said...

@cookiespink - true...also love their kaya toast...:)

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