Home of Malaysian Taste : Anson Kopi + Patisserie

For all Malaysians returning home, Selamat Pulang ke tanahair, said the cabin crew on my Malaysia Airlines flight bound from Phnom Penh. Immediately when I landed from KLIA, I headed right over to the new Anson Kopi + Patisserie to relish my cravings of Malaysian food despite having an inflight meal earlier because it is true enough when it comes to food, you can never beat the taste of home ( Malaysia).

The new look and feel of Anson Kopi + Patisserie at Petalz Residences

Thankfully the new location of the restaurant, Petalz Residences, Old Klang Road ( Jalan Klang Lama) that is easily located via waze, I arrived ahead of scheduled time of my welcoming makan makan session with friends. In short, I was the first to arrive. If you are driving to the place, rest assured that parking spaces are aplenty at Petalz Residences.
Old Anson ( Teluk Intan) in modern days
Upon arrival , the new soothing, cosy, Instagrammble interior of the restaurant with pictures of old Anson ( Teluk Intan), tiffin carriers , traditional kitchen utensils, trees, greeted where one can sit down at the colourful cushions sipping coffee reminiscing memories from down memory lane of the old good days in Teluk Intan ( Anson)

Muslim-friendly cafe

The beauty of living in Malaysia is that we celebrate our daily lives with food. Hence, the Anson Kopi + Patisserie is muslim-friendly cafe caters to everyone regardless of race and religion.

Averagely, most Malaysian consume staples like Nasi Lemak, Curry Laksa, Kuey Teow just to name a few for their meals. There’s no too much of nasi lemak, curry laksa for breakfast, lunch or dinner to supper. The truth is there’s always time and space in our stomach for Malaysian delicacies and for this reason, all of the dishes are available all day at Anson Kopi. But in case it is not available, it must have been on demand that day.

Let’s find out which of the superstars of Anson Kopi + Patisserie consisting of rice, noodles, poultry to desserts.

Signature Malaysian Favourites


Rice Series

Nasi Lemak Sotong, Anson Signature Fried Rice , Braised Dark Soy Chicken Rice

Nasi Lemak Sambal Sotong

Nasi Lemak Sotong – The Nasi Lemak is a common dish Coconut milk rice eaten any time and paired with different side dishes from chicken curry, rendang, fried chicken, seafood to vegetarian. At Anson Kopi, this dish is served with the spicy sambal sotong ( Squid sambal), boiled eggs, fried peanuts, anchovies and slices of cucumber.

Anson Signature Fried Rice

Anson Signature Fried Rice – For those who wants a complete meal with carbs and protein, this is for you for it comprises of fried rice, fried chicken, pickles and topped with sunny side up.

Braised Dark Soy Chicken Rice

Braised Dark Soy Chicken Rice- For the non-spicy eaters, this dish is for you. Rice served with whole chicken leg braised to perfection served with braised tofu, boiled egg and bak choy on the side. The dish is pretty common dish in the Chinese community household.

Noodles Series

Curry Laksa , Mee Soto Kedah , Tom Yam Mee Raja, Claypot Yee Mee

Crazy Rich Malaysian Curry Laksa

Curry Laksa- Noodles eaten with the flavourful curry gravy with condiments- shredded chicken, long beans, fish cakes, prawns, brinjal topped with mint.

The North remembers Mee Soto Kedah
Mee Soto Kedah- A popular dish up north in the Kedah state and the Northerners take prides in this dish. Meehoon ( Vermicelli) in broth ( cooked with spices) eaten with nasi impit, bean sprouts, fish balls and you must eat it with the cili hitam ( black spicy sauce).
Major breakthrough- Mee Raja Tom Yam
Mee Raja Tom Yam – If tom yam soup is an all time favourite, the Mee Raja Tom Yam should be too – noodles fried in tom yam paste and prawns.
Hot Pot Yee Mee

Hot Pot Yee Mee – Another classic all time favourite in the Chinese household – Fried Yee Mee ( Noodles) in broth usually served in clay pots to retain the taste and temperature.
Poultry Series

Tom Yam Baked Chicken

Sarawak Baked Chicken


Sarawak Baked Chicken- For non-carb eaters or on Keto diet, the cafe got you covered with the selection of poultry. Try their Sarawak Baked Chicken with fresh salad and half boiled egg on the side.


Tom Yam Baked Chicken– Another star dish by Anson Kopi- baked chicken using tom yam paste.

and there’s always space for Desserts regardless of anything. Think these fellows are big? Think again. You might be able to eat these all to yourselves.

Cendol – Shaved ice with coconut milk and gula melaka syrup
Ice Kacang – Shaved iced served condiments ( red beans, corns and sugar syrup) minus the coconut milk

For those who end their meals like me with coffee or special drinks, here’s your fix Hazelnut Soya, Coconut Coffee, Coconut Soya, Soya Coffee, Hazelnut Coffee and Wild Oat Milk.

The Coffeeholic and her Cham ( Mix of tea and coffee with milk)
Picture credit to @ FoodFootage

Also with the Ramadhan month coming, Anson Kopi + Patisserie caters to your Buka Puasa ( breaking fast) needs with the Set Ramadan Anson – affordable set meals from RM 19.90 ( equivalent USD 5) for a 4 course meal- Main Course, dates ( Kurma) drinks and dessert.

Image source @ Anson Kopi + Patisserie
Roti Jala with Curry Sauce


Nasi Pattaya Istimewa – Fried Rice wrapped in egg

People Passion

Behind the good food comes, passionate people who prepares them- the chefs. Thumbs up to the awesome chefs who cooked us a citarasa Malaysia meal especially for a person who is always away from the homeland.


If you are looking for a place for a meal gathering, business meeting, event, you now have an additional place to go called Anson Kopi + Patisserie

Address: G-07, Petalz Residences Residency Rimbunan, No 2, Jalan 1/132A, Off Jalan Klang Lama, Kampoung Pasir, 58000, Kuala Lumpur.

Contact: +6012-299 9766

Opening Hours: 10.00am – 11.30pm (Daily)

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