Bringing Malaysians Together, One Toast Bread At A Time

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For more than 18 years, Kopitiam Kita has been a melting pot of the ‘Keluarga Malaysia’ spirit.

The extensive menu selection makes Kopitiam Kita in Kota Bharu a popular choice among locals looking to start the day with a hearty breakfast.

Kopitiam Kita is also a must-visit location for visitors on holiday or on a working trip to Kota Bharu.

The piece-de-resistance is the ‘roti titab’ – a combination between slices of toast, kaya and half-boiled eggs.

Workers preparing roti titab at Kopitiam Kita. (Credit: Fernando Fong)

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Workers preparing roti titab at Kopitiam Kita. (Credit: Fernando Fong)

Kopitiam Kita was founded 18 years ago by Wong Nye Hua, a Hokkien from Raub, Pahang.

The coffee shop – which is also the family home – started with only 18 tables. Now, they have 108 tables!

Wong said the business never looked back since he

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