I am a self confessed Kopi Bun addict. I’ve been a fan of this Kopi Roti specialty for 6 years already. But for some reason, it’s funny that I haven’t written anything about Kopi Roti yet given that they’re already on their 9th year!
Speaking of Kopi Roti’s 9th year, this beloved establishment will be rolling out new dishes very soon which will definitely make Kopi Roti’s menu a whole lot more attractive yet retaining its affordability.
Since Kopi Roti is famous for their delicious Kopi Bun and Kaya spread (which is made of coconut milk and eggs), they will be using these popular staples for their new line of sandwiches. These 3 new Kopi Bun sandwiches that I will be showing you are still a work in progress, so to speak. They are still perfecting each dish. But personally, the sandwiches we sampled just last week can actually be served already. It was that good. Check them out below…
Kopi Roti showcases their new offerings
Kopi Bun BLT
Pan-fried bacon, lettuce, tomato and Kopi Bun. How can you possibly say no to this! The sweetness of the Kaya spread and the saltiness from the bacon was like a marriage made in food heaven. The sweet and savory goodness makes this sandwich undeniably irresistible. Not to mention photogenic, too!
Kopi Bun Chicken Satay
Marinated and grilled chicken satay, shredded cabbage, marinated red onions and Kopi Bun. This entire sandwich has pleasantly balanced flavors of sweetness and saltiness with a good amount of richness from the satay sauce yet not enough to overwhelm you. I was satay-sfied!
Kopi Bun Pulled Brisket BBQ
Slow braised beef, adobo flavored BBQ sauce, cabbage slaw and Kopi Bun. This covers a good number of flavor elements that I quite enjoy, like the sweetness and sourness from the Adobo-BBQ sauce and the richness of the Kaya spread. The flavors slowly grow on you as you eat.
They also have a new line-up of Roti Toasts that are just as good as their other offerings.
Roti Cheese Toast
Grilled roti with Kaya spread and melted cheddar cheese.
Roti Egg and Cheese Toast
Grilled roti with Kaya spread, fried egg and melted cheddar cheese.
Roti Bacon and Cheese Toast
Grilled roti with Kaya spread, pan-fried bacon and melted cheddar cheese.
Of course, Kopi Roti’s classic favorites are still available and should not be missed.
This house specialty is what I am truly addicted to! Fluffy and crispy on the outside, moist on the inside. The coffee-flavored soft bread with sweet buttery filling is just to-die-for! I love eating this Kopi Roti specialty for breakfast or even as an afternoon snack. When at home, I simply set my oven toaster and pop the bun in for 3 minutes. The crispy sides of the bun is what I usually dip into my coffee. Yum!
Also available in chocolate flavor.
Peanut Butter Toast
Kopi Roti doesn’t scrimp on ingredients. Just look at this! Toasted bread smothered in chunky peanut butter. When I visited their Tomas Morato branch together with my family over the weekend, my father-in-law enjoyed eating this toast with his Kopi “C”.
Thinly sliced toasted bread served with Kaya spread and butter. Light and simple. Partner this with any of Kopi Roti’s signature drink and you’ve got yourself a perfect afternoon snack.
Soft Boiled Eggs
For those not familiar on how to eat this or what to partner it with, the soft-boiled eggs are the Kaya Toasts’ perfect accompaniment. Break the soft-boiled egg and mix it with the special soya sauce and white pepper. The white pepper and soya sauce gives this dish its uniquely flavorful character. Just dunk your Kaya Toast on it or scoop some of the mixture and place it on top of the toast. Take a bite and savor its amazing goodness! Don’t forget to order your Kopi to complete the holy trinity of Singapore breakfasts.
Just like your ordinary French Toast but served with Kaya spread. Simple. No frills yet incredibly satisfying. I love eating this with Kopi Roti’s Iced Tea Tarik – both having uncomplicated flavors. Absolutely comforting.
No doubt, Kopi Roti is still at the top of their game. It’s a great place to have a light snack paired with a cup of your favorite Kopi.
Kopi Roti is also known to offer their dishes at very affordable prices. It’s the perfect spot to satisfy your Singapore food craving. Just head on over to the nearest Kopi Roti branch. Amazing lah!
Kopi Roti first came to the Philippines 9 years ago. Founders Wilson and Julie Tecson saw how the Kopi Tiam concept could be perfect for Filipino taste. And true enough, the distinctive line-up of food and drinks quickly gained a following among locals who are hungry for new and authentic culinary experiences that do not come with hefty prices.
Metro Manila Branches:
Tomas Morato, Quezon City / T: 414-1754
Katipunan Avenue, Quezon City / T: 439-1546
The Columns – Ayala Ave, Makati City / T: 945-9746
NAIA Terminal 1 – Arrival and Departure Area / T: 879-5438
NAIA Terminal 3 – Departure Area / T: (632) 474-6926
4/L NewPort Mall, Resorts World, Pasay City / T: (632) 474-6926
Pergola, BF Homes, Paranaque City / T: (632) 409-2874
Antonia Mansion, Banawe St., Quezon City / T: (632) 496-8491
Magsaysay Ave., Naga City / T: (054) 473-2562
Jacinto Extension, Davao City / T: (082) 301-6009
The Gallery, Mabolo, Cebu / T: (032) 233-5281
Mandurriao, Iloilo City / T: (033) 321-2125