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Mul | Oct 10, 202002:57 PM     2

Killiney Kopitiam is originally from Singapore, one of the famous Kopitiam. They recently open their first US branch in Palo Alto.

I ordered their Kopi (black coffee with condensed milk). Very good kopi, like in Singapore.

Seafood Beehoon , a rice noodle stir fry with seafood and fried eggs. Very authentic, with bit of chars

Nasi Lemak, also yum!

Char kew tiaw is a bit disappointing, not much char in it.

It’s kind of surprising to see a Kopitiam opened up here, and they did it well!

Killiney Kopitiam
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