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T's Kopitiam Wollongong NSW






Pork mince stir noodles accompanied by prawns and Char Siew.  I rather found this enjoyable, good fro kids and yummy.



Roti with an egg based filling and dipping sauce.   This is not what I remember form my back packer days.



T's Kopitiam's rendition of Mee Goreng - I preferred it to be more spicy with a more tomato based gravy.




Highly recommended by me - I just love it!   It is the gravy, full of luscious tasting peanut crush, but more than that, it is the marinade of the chunky chicken skewers - with hints of lemon grass flavours over a charcoal grill.







The Nasi Lemak, but without curry, served with deep fried chicken, cucumber slices, sprinkling of peanuts and anchovies, hard boiled eggs and the Sambal condiment.    I must say the Sambal at this restaurant is worth going for  - it has  flavour, a kick on the palate and a smooth texture.






To me, this is the crowing glory of the menu - Sarawak version of the Laksa, here laden with prawns, bean sprouts, egg omelette and the all important gravy.   The gravy here is so different from the Curry Laksa you find in peninsular Malaysia   - there is more spice and less chilli.   This dish is tops in the realm of street food heaven as decided by New York food celebrity Anthony Bourdain.








T's Kopitiam visited is located at  Shop 2, 166 Keira Street, Wollongong NSW, near the corner with Market Street and on the way for vehicles to enter for parking inside the GPT Shopping Centre.

Opening hours for lunch are from 1130am to 230pm every day except Mondays.

Opening hours for dinner are from 530pm every day except Mondays.

Contact +61 2 4226 6663


My impressions of T's Kopi Tiam in Wollongong NSW:
Ambiance:  3 out of 5

Customer Engagement:  3.5 out of 5
Culinary Delight: 3.5 out of 5
X Factor:   2.5  out of 5
Overall:     12.5 / 4  out of 5




T's Kopitiam Menu, Reviews, Photos, Location and Info - Zomato


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