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Great Coffee At Great Wall Bercham Kopitiam, Ipoh

FOR COFFEE LOVERS, this is the place to go.  My neighbour recommended Great Wall kopitiam to me a few days ago.  Not only that, he took us to this place for breakfast this morning.  If I use Waze to go, I would end up turning back..... on the way to this Great Wall, we had to pass through a residential area near the mountains.  Not easy to find but now I know where it is located, I would be bringing my friends to this place for breakfast again tomorrow!  LOL... 

There were a few stalls inside the corner coffeeshop and on every table, there are cups and cups of coffee.  I am not a coffee drinker but I love the aroma flavor of the coffee.   There are many types of coffee on display, we ended up ordering a few types to drink there and to bring home.
We tried the Columbia, Vietnam and the local coffee.... 
I ordered curry noodles for myself and a glass of barley.... 
The coffee is for my display only... LOL... 
I love curry with roasted pork.... 
plus pork skin as well.... 
New HK styled Chee Cheong Fun... with coriander leaves, char siew and corn... 
This is the Great Wall Kopitiam in Bercham... 
See you again tomorrow!



Comments

  1. I like curry noodles with roasted pork! the CCF have corns? first time seeing that.

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  2. The curry noodles look very good. I am a coffee drinker and I would love to try the variety of coffee available.

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  3. I love roasted pork in my curry noodle too!!! Slurp.

    Not a coffee drinker, so I got to give its coffee a pass. Hehe

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  4. Hk ccf looks good. Do they have prawns version instead of char siew version? Will note down this place if I ever go visit bercham.

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  5. Curry mee looks good! So red, must be very spicy.

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  6. I will love the curry noodles too thanks to the roasted pork. :p

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  7. That coffee should keep you wide awake for a good while. Maybe you will make lots of blog posts!

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  8. Can never go wrong with curry.

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