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Kopi Thyme

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A robust curry noodle soup. The fragrant broth makes it slightly spicy with intricate flavours. The coconut milk lends a creaminess that is truly unique to this dish. Every slurp of noodles and spoonful of broth will tickle your taste buds and keep you craving for more. It's a Malaysian favourite to have, topped with a variety of toppings. Most commonly, served with shredded chicken, fish cake, tofu, boiled egg, and bean sprouts.

Ipoh Laksa is:

  • Artisan made
  • Nut Free
  • Dairy Free
  • Gluten-free
  • 100% natural ingredients
  • No artificial flavours or preservatives


Transporting you one bowl at a time, it's like having a Kopitiam right at home!

What to serve with Ipoh Laksa:

  • Yau noodles/yellow noodles/ś≤ĻťļĶ¬†
  • Rice vermicelli/ bee hoon/ mi hoon
  • Hor fun/ flat rice noodles




  • Suggested noodles: vermicelli, lo mein, rice noodle
  • Recommended toppings: chicken, shrimp, tofu or fish ball

Add 200mL coconut milk and 750mL water, and cook for 8-15 minutes on high heat. Add broth to toppings and noodles. Garnish with green onion, mint, bean sprouts and boiled egg. 

Serves 2-4 people.

Other ways to use:
Hotpot, fried noodles/rice and stir fry.


250 mL


Water, canola oil, onion, chilli pepper, lemongrass, dried shrimp, salt, sugars (sugar), anchovy, spices, mushroom, distilled vinegar, mushroom extract, paprika

Contains: Seafood

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Malaysia is well known for its Laksa, which means spicy noodle soup. One form of Laksa is Curry Laksa, also known as Laksa Lemak. Every state in Malaysia has their own take on a Laksa, which is not necessarily a curry base.

Here we introduce you to an Ipoh Style Laksa from the State of Perak. It is enjoyed with mint leaves and has a lovely rich coconut curry broth.

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