Just when you thought you have seen and most probably tasted all the good food and drinks Penang has to offer, Penangites have again taken Malaysia’s culinary and coffee scene by storm. You won’t see kopi peng served like this anywhere else. Well, at least not yet.
Located in Bayan Lepas, Penang, Kedai Kopi Bobo has always been popular among the locals for its variety of local delights like prawn mee, chee cheong fun and curry mee.But recently the culinary masterminds behind Kedai Kopi Bobo have introduced the Kopi Peng Special served in a condensed milk can and let’s just say that within a short period of time, the Kopitiam has gained popularity online.
To some people, this way of drinking your kopi peng is just trivial but to others, it can be a bit dangerous. Some netizens felt that this method of serving would be a health hazard and here are some of the reasons why:
- The lids on the cans are super sharp.
- Some people felt it was unhygienic.
- If there’re scratches inside the tin, the coating can chip off into your drink
Decide for yourself if you think the experience outweighs the risk. At the end of the day, you will still be having a good cup of kopi peng, but maybe without the can.
Kedai Kopi Bobo
2-G22 Lengkok Nipah
Taman Lip Sin
11900 Bayan Lepas
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