"Kopi" is coffee, while "roti" is bread, therefore kopiroti is a about bread and coffee... Kopiroti is a coffee shop that originated in
Anyway the branch in the columns is not really flashy but it is tidy and a bit cozy. Among its specialties is their freshly baked kopi bun which smelled really good, it is cut into 4 equal parts when served, crusty on the outside while soft with just right amount of butter filling on the inside. It is best paired with Kopi C (with condense milk) or Kopi O (black cofi) or tea C or Tea O perhaps.
Me? I paired my buns with two soft boiled eggs with a soya sauce... Personally I like their egg preparation, since I normally put soy sauce on my eggs; It is best paired with roti toast according to the menu. But the egg itself is good enough for me.
Price is not costly, a cup of coffee or tea would cost around P45 and a kopi bun is only P35. The menu items is just few and as the name suggest mostly bread and coffee...
I am not sure how else to describe the taste other than saying that you just have to go find out for yourself. Beside there are several branches here in Metro.
Ground floor, The Columns
Ayala corner Buendia,