Kopi is the name for a cup of blended black roasted beans of coffee used in Singapore, Malaysia and Indonesia. There is a range of Kopi variations offered at the local Kopi tiams (coffee shops), including Kopi-O, Kopi-O-Peng, Kopi Peng, Kopi-Kosong and others. Kopi tiams in Singapore are commonly found in almost all residential areas as well as some industrial and business districts in the country, numbering about 2,000 in total. Although most are an aggregate of small stalls or shops, some may be more reminiscent of food courts, although each stall has similar appearance and the same style of signage. Kopi-O is a black strong coffee with heavy sugar and no milk. The best snack eaten with Kopi O is Kaya Toast and soft-boiled eggs.
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