Kedai Kopi’s 5th outlet brings sedap Muslim-friendly stalls to Bukit Gombak

Nothing brings a community together quite like good chow, and embodying that is Kedai Kopi‘s latest outlet in the heart of Bukit Gombak. Opened on 1 Sep 2023, their 5th coffeeshop boasts 9 delectable Muslim-friendly stalls that will make a strong case for you and your pals to journey West.

Kedai Kopi Gombak - wide shot

The weekend crowd is not to be underestimated as it’s just a short walk from Bukit Gombak station.

Makan Melaka stands out for having 2 long queues, 1 for cendol, the other for Nasi Lemak and Claypot Asam Pedas. No surprise here as this stall has garnered serious media attention for their cendol.

Kedai Kopi - Makan Melaka

Their refreshing cendol comes in varieties like Corn Cendol (S$2.50), Red Bean Cendol, and even Durian Cendol (S$3), which melt rapidly (thanks to our excellent weather), so best to tuck in once you make it to your table.

If you’re dining at Kedai Kopi Bukit Batok as a group, take on the bombastic Combo Meletop (S$18) comprised of chicken masak merah, rendang, sotong, ikan bilis and quail eggs. Less titanic portions are available as Ayam Goreng Berempah (S$5), Ayam Masak Merah Melaka (S$6) or Sambal Sotong Kering (S$5.50).

Kedai Kopi Bukit Batok - Corn Cendol and Combo

For hardcore dieters, My Nasi Ayam‘s Shredded Chicken Macaroni (S$3) is a pivotal fallback plan to stay within your caloric threshold as you enviously watch your friends wolf down some Chicken Char Siew + Chicken Rice (S$5.50).

Kedai Kopi Bukit Batok - My Nasi Ayam collage

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The very first bakery to operate within Kedai Kopi’s coffeeshops is Ah B Bakery. Our fantasy of guiltlessly soaking bread in curry is realised with their Chicken Curry Blossom (S$14.80) – thoroughly messy, but a wonderful combination of starchy and savoury.

Sink your teeth into their fluffy muffins filled with Chocolate Lava, Red Velvet Custard or Apple Crumble (S$2.50 each). The Burnt Custard Danish (S$3.50) is topped with creamy caramelised custard, while the the Orange Danish Swirl (S$2.80) comes sprinkled with crunchy orange bits.

Ah B Bakery Collage4

Thirsty from scarfing down so many carbs? Kick back and savour your drinks from Toko Ngopi or chug them like a madman. The massive 2-litre Milo, Teh, Teh O, Kopi or Bandung tower (S$13) comes complete with shot glasses, perfectly simulating the experience of day-drinking without catastrophic repercussions.

Those not as parched can downsize to one of the giant yakult bottles with Yakult Bandung, Ribena Bandung, or Vanilla Lime (S$4.20) flavours. Alternatively, sip on a mountain of powdery Milo, Nescafe, Neslo, Horlicks, Teh, or Kopi Dinosaur (S$3.20).

Kedai Kopi Toko Ngopi 1

Tenderbest needs no introduction; their Laksa Prawn Spaghetti (S$9.90) is a fusion of local and western cuisine with a thick, overtly prawn-y soup. A less adventurous option, their Roasted Whole Spring Chicken (S$14.90), pairs excellently with the Crispy Thai Chicken Skin (S$4.90).

Kedai Kopi Bukit Batok - Tenderbest collage1

Courtesy of Kamala Express, Indian cuisine hasn’t been left on the wayside. Dosai (S$2.50) comes with coconut and red chilli chutney, as well as sambal dhal – each lending a different flavour of spicy, while Puri (S$4.30 for 2 pcs) is served alongside potato masala and curry. Other staples like Chicken Briyani (S$9) and Mutton Briyani (S$9.50) are on the menu as well.

Kedai Kopi Bukit Batok - Kamala Express

As Kedai Kopi Bukit Batok was opened in conjunction with Kimly Coffeeshop, you’ll find the non-halal wing next door with the standard coffeeshop affair.


It would seem Kedai Kopi’s new outlet has just about everything under the sun, and you’ll definitely enjoy it best with company. Do drop by to check out the full range of Muslim-friendly establishments, if not to splurge on a hearty meal.

Kedai Kopi sign

Kindly note that all establishments at Kedai Kopi are 100% Muslim-owned or are currently applying for Halal certification.

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Kedai Kopi

Blk 376 Bukit Batok St 31, Singapore 650376

Kedai Kopi

Blk 376 Bukit Batok St 31, Singapore 650376

Operating Hours: 7am - 10.30pm (Daily)

Operating Hours: 7am - 10.30pm (Daily)
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