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Situated in the hustle and bustle of Batam’s Indo-Chinese district, Kedai Kopi Sudi Mampir is a popular traditional coffee shop.
From chicken rice to wanton noodles, lontong, kway chap and kopitiam-style toast, visitors may be surprised to learn this is the only coffee shop in Nagoya that sells laksa!
Bee Hoon Fish Laksa. The laksa here is less rich and comes with fish slices instead of fishcakes.
Those looking for great-tasting coffee in a local setting.
6.00am – 3.00pm
Did You Know
In Singapore, Kopi or Kopi Peng is hot or iced coffee with milk respectively. In Batam the same order is Kopi Guni.