Bangi Kopitiam is originally from Malaysa and is coined from 2 languages, “Bangi” a Malay town in Malaysia and “Kopitiam” means Coffee Shop in Chinese Hokkien dialect. Bangi Kopitiam is the brainchild of four childhood friends who wants to bring back the Malaysian “Muhibbah” spirit which they richly experienced during their groing up years back in “kampong”. Thus, Bangi Kopitiam would like to reflect those “Muhibbah” concept in their range of food, including Nasi lemak from the Malays, Mee Udang from the Chinese and Asam Laksa from Baba and Nyonya community.
They served the wrong dish and didn't admit was their mistake, so my father had to order another meal; They didn't serve my 2 plates of dim sum, yet they still put it on my bill; It took more than an hour to serve my dolly noodle soup, and it was taste too salty. Other foods (lumpia, hainan rice) and beverages (teh tarik) were ok.