Rumours Kopitiam @ Bath Street

Being boundless from exams and studying are such a relieve and at the same time, there’s a feeling of emptiness somehow. Hours spent on studying then were replaced by loitering around Glasgow’s shopping streets, lazing around at home and stressing ourselves up for trip planning. Extremely thrilled that exam is all over, bitting nails with rhythm & anxiously waiting for an all pass result.

However, packing belongings is no fun at all. Room loaded with unnecessary properties which I treated as treasures is another serious problem. Nonetheless, I can’t wait to be home! And soon, we’ll be welcoming the arrival of our juniors!

Meanwhile, why not indulge on some good food?!



This place do offer some home-like treats if you’re homesick or when you can’t withhold the sudden crave of Malaysian delicacies…………
From Scot natives to folks from Asia traveling in Glasgow, RUMOURS KOPITIAM had somehow built a strong reputation in Scotland embracing Malaysia’s delectable well-known dishes. Other than being featured on the HIT LIST in Glasgow’s dining places, they gained the Bronze Award for Asian Restaurant’s Chef of the Year in the Scottish Chef Award. Thus, we can assure ourselves 🙂

Starters Platter


Hainan Style Chicken Rice

Singapore Laksa (Curry Noodles)

Roti Canai

Kam Heong Udon

Thai Style Fried Rice

Pearl Milk Tea (Bubble Tea)

Rumours Kopitiam
Malaysian ‘Cafe Style’ Restaurant
21 Bath Street
Glasgow
Tel: 0141 353 0678
Business Hours: 11.30am – 10.30pm

I bet my juniors would love this place… a lot 🙂

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10 Comment

  1. Nic (KHKL) says: Reply

    ahhh, holidays, breaks, yummy local food and a good view. that’s life! hey, u shud come back to kl during the break mah.

  2. Towards healthy and leisure life~! says: Reply

    wow… the food looks nice!

  3. Big Boys Oven says: Reply

    wow this is interesting, dont think there were malaysian food during my time :(!

  4. Cmate says: Reply

    Fuyoh! I am hungry just looking at the photos.. bring me to your next makan trip, please!!

  5. velix says: Reply

    haha..leng…i can all dat now in Malaysia…woohooo…yummy…had dumpling this noon…fuiyoh..damn delicious…haha

  6. Sugar Bean says: Reply

    Wow, this is so cool, didn't know they have a Malaysian style restaurant in Glasgow, lucky you!! There's none in Cardiff. ><

    Yeah, I share the same feeling as you do. The emptiness after exam. So worried about my results. Good luck to you!

  7. sofood says: Reply

    nice pics of the always delicious m’sian food..btw, wanna ask you for travelling advice since you’re based in glasgow..any restaurants recommended and must see place for a 2 day trip? cheers!

  8. Jason says: Reply

    The food looks good!

  9. ~Christine~Leng says: Reply

    Nic~
    I finished my course dy! Waiting for results.. *fingers crossed* 🙂
    Will be coming back end of July! yay!

    Towards healthy and leisure life~!~
    hiya!
    Yea they do 🙂 Not bad for some Msian food in the UK! Still preserve the Msian taste.

    BBO~
    they opened last year I think. There's another one in Edinburgh in a different name ;P

    Cmate~
    haha… sure. perhaps we could organize a flogger outing. Oh I miss that!

    velix~
    cheh. I can have all those when I'm back in July! ;P

    Sugar Bean~
    Good Luck to you gal!! You can do it 🙂 and we can't wait to meet up with u and ES soon!
    yea… we're kinda lucky to have a Msian restaurant nearby our place actually. Really an antidote. haha

    sofood~
    I've already replied you in your blog 🙂 Hope they helped!

    Jason~
    yea.. but kinda expensive if converted lo… hehe.

  10. FeR says: Reply

    hi,
    got here from Sugarbean's blog. am so envious that Glaswegians now can have (authentic tasting) Msian food!
    when i was there a good few years ago, we could only get some Msian food if we went to London. 🙂

    now where would i find a Msian restaurant/cafe in this part of NZ…hmmm…

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