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Sunday, November 17, 2019

Kluang Rail Coffee

One of the recommended food places to visit in Kluang will be none other than this Kluang Rail Coffee Place that is situated just right beside the railway track. The place is apparently iconic as it is packed with alot of people when we arrived and we had to join the queue.

Kluang Rail Coffee
The Rail Coffee place was kind of inside a big cage with these old school style of wired enclosure.

Queuing

Old School Coin Operated Public Phone 
The place was packed but not chaotic. Turn over was quite fast as well. There were cats lying around, going under the tables too.

Dining Environment
The place was airy with ceiling and wall fans.There is a big black board stating their menu items and surrounding there are some media articles hanged up.

Airy
Even though the weather was hot, customers still do not mind dining at the external area as fans were installed to circulate the air.

External Seating
While waiting for our food, I can oversee the busy lives of the staff in the kitchen. Each of them were tasked with some orders and was trying to keep up with the crowd. Environment was really fast pace and they were 100% concentrating on their duties.

Kitchen 
Besides serving the dine in customers, there were many in the queue for taking away too.

Busy Kitchen

Looking Outside
The train frequency was not very frequency, those the noise of incoming train was minimal to us.

Klaung Station

KTM Train at Kluang Station

A good guideline about what to order will be "Look at other table". With this plain menu without some pictures, sometimes its tough for us to understand the meal in Malay words.

Detailed Menu
 Here comes the menu with graphics to aid and entice the diners.

Menu with illustration
We can do away the soft boil eggs from our traditional breakfast. Eggs used were white, different from the beige ones we had back home. Upon breaking the shell, we know that their Soft Boil Eggs were  perfectly done.

Soft Boil Eggs - RM 2

Milo Hot - RM 2.30

Kopi Cold - RM 2.50
The traditional appealing Bun Bakar was served warm with crispy toasted bun, a slice of butter was sandwiched in between with kaya spread over it. Though it may look thick from an overall, the buns were fluffy and easy flattened. By the way the bun is about my palm size and was cut into 3.

Bun Bakar - RM 1.70

Kaya & Butter Exposed
Some sides to try before the mains. Their curry puff was not too bad. Best of all, when you convert the currency to SGD... Wow, you get what i mean.

Karipap - RM 0.50 (1 Pc)

Curry Puff Fillings
Johor Laksa? Beats me. I know nothing about such dish before this trip. Laksa gravy was given sparingly and merely covering some parts of the noodle. Portion is not too big and the toppings were raw with red onions, bean sprouts, shredded cucumber and chopped long beans. On top of everything chili given was potent.

Johor Laksa - RM 5.50
We opted for the non spicy version. Despite being simple, this was fulfilling bowl of noodles for the tummy.  The Dry Law Xu Fen was topped with shredded meat, raw bean sprouts, fried onions, parsley and comes with a bowl of fishballs soup.

Dry Law Xu Fen - RM 4.90
The place is popular and seating are limited thus there will be some pressure while dining since there are people eyeing for seats in the queue. All in all, the food was decent and I do not mind sinking myself into such local culture again for the breakfast. The place was unique with its locality.


Kluang Rail Coffee
Location:  Kluang KTM Station, Kampung Masjid Lama, Kluang Town, 86000

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