Every town has its very own affectionate corner. So happens this one is at the railway station itself. The place makes the crowd or is it the crowd that makes the place? Here its probably the nostalgic food & the old world price, both quite charming & definitely smells pre-war.
Amply staffed by a horde of young uniformed waiters, its packed to the brim ( maybe its a Sunday & a few days to GE13).
These RM1(Malaysia) nasi lemak/fried beehoon packets on the table are miniature sizes and ultra mobile, and you will definitely need more than a few after a long long drive from KL.
The aroma of freshly toasted bread is quite welcome too, confirming its kopitiam heritage.
And the RM1(Malaysia) rail coffee? Its thick, dark & solid.
More than a match for those overhyped old town white versions from Perak. Should be wonderful to perk yourself up & running in this otherwise far far away sleepy hollow.
Kluang Rail Coffee
Kluang Railway Station
~sights & flavors of Malaysia~