Located at 55, Bishop Street in George Town, Acupaday is a small cafe featuring Vespa theme and illy coffee. For more info, please refer to its Facebook page located at; https://www.facebook.com/CafeAcupaday.
Located amidst the Uda flats in Tanjung Tokong, Ah Wang Cafe’s toast is a popular and old favorite among the locals here for tea time. The toast is normally served with its homemade kaya, or rather with a combination of kaya and butter. There are a few types of breads available, including wholemeal Benggali bread (as shown here). In addition to toast, the cafe also serves drinks like coffee and tea. The best time to go here is during late noon, from 2-4pm as the cafe only opens after noon (closed on Sundays).
Here is a Google map to the cafe – LINK.
Tucked away in the Komtar Walk area, Coob Coffee Club is a small cozy cafe serving Japanese style food, coffee, tea, and a small selection of cakes. Its signature drink is the Sumiyaki syphon coffee. For more info, do visit its website here; www.coobcoffee.com.
A very common breakfast meal ordered by the locals here at Mamak stalls is the ‘Roti Canai’. Roti Canai is a type of Indian-influenced flatbread found and is said to be originated in Malaysia. The word Roti means bread and Roti Canai is usually prepared by twirling the dough to be a very thin sheet and then folding it into a circular shape which is then grilled with oil. Often accompanied with curry gravy, this is still a cheaper and yet satisfying breakfast option for most people here.