Benitez Horseshoe Village, Quezon City
When my friend told me that we’re going to eat at Kopi Tiam, I thought it was Old Chinatown Kopitiam, apparently not hehhe 😛 It’s a different place, owned by the same owners of North Park.
I loved it! The food is yummy, delicious! It’s affordable too. There are lots of parking spaces as well.
The restaurant is good for lunch, dinner and also merienda as they have chinese breads, pastries available and also nice desserts!
Here are what we ordered:
- Fresh Honey Lemonade (Php 78)
Same old lemonade but used honey as sugar… I think I like normal sugar better. Ofcourse, this still tasted good as it’s not powdered, it’s fresh. 🙂
- Snowy Mais Queso Con Yelo (Php 86)
Normal Mais con yelo w/ a twist… sprinkled with cheese. Just like how we serve spaghetti, we put a lot of cheese on top. So this made it different.
- Storm (Php 108)
Kopi Tiam called this dessert its favorite. They even put “It’s a must”. So I can see all the people on the other tables ordering it too. I didn’t order it as I have chosen mais con yelo as my dessert. My friend said that it’s good. So I guess I’ll try it the next time I go to this restaurant hehee 😛
- KingDao Salt & Pepper Spareribs (Php 168)
Not spicy, not too fat, cooked just right. Sometimes when you eat spareribs, you feel like you’re taking the oil as well. With this, you dont feel it much, so you can enjoy the food.
- Boneless Honey Lemon Chicken (Php 212)
This one is really good. I still like Lutong Macau’s version better. I’m sure though that you/other people will definitely like Kopi Tiam’s version better. I just love chicken skin a lot, not really into meat too much.
- Kopi Tiam Chami (Php 188)
Combination of sotanghon & thin noodles, yummy yummy yummy. It’s funny though that we ordered noodles instead of rice to go with the other dishes we ordered. But we just wanted to try their noodles for a change.