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INVITING: Round Table Aerodrome Cafe has a cosy atmosphere where diners can savour its popular ais kacang and other tasty dishes
JOHOR BAHRU: ISMAIL Tan Abdullah, 56, wants to continue the legacy of his late parents who started the food business in 1957.
His father, Tan Yap Cheng and mother Ang Meow Luan were known among the locals for their ais kacang, tauhu bakar and rojak petis.
In those days, the couple plied their trade at Pasar Baru Round Table along Jalan Wong Ah Fook.
Ismail grew up with the business and decided to open Round Table Aerodrome Cafe with his wife, Rohana Ngah, 53, in June last year.
The cafe has a cosy atmosphere and its interior decked with movie posters.
The cafe was relocated from Susur 2, Jalan Tun Razak here.
At the cafe, ais kacang is made using freshly boiled red bean, sweet corn, condensed milk, cincau jelly and syrup, among others.
Five decades ago, the dessert, made using the same recipe, was served in a plate.
Its tauhu bakar has a crispy outer layer while the rojak petis uses petis (gravy) made from a family recipe.
There is also yam basket in the menu with different types of fillings.
To make the basket, raw yam is crushed, boiled and kept under low temperature before it is fried.
Fillings include beef or chicken, dried chilli and mixed vegetables.
For seafood lovers, patrons can try udang Nestum which is prepared by deep-frying the shrimp and refrying with Nestum cereal and butter.
Ikan asam pedas cangek which is prepared using seabass (ikan siakap) is also a hit among patrons.
Plum sauce is used in the ingredients to give a pleasant sour taste.
Patrons can also savour mee hoon goreng terbang which is cooked with a sauteed squid, chicken, and shrimp.
It is called mee hoon goreng terbang as vermicelli noodles are made to stick together instead of breaking into pieces during the cooking process.
For snack, patrons can choose to have man tow (oriental steamed bread) which is served with chilli crab gravy or fish curry gravy.
Round Table Aerodrome Cafe is big enough for hosting functions and can accommodate 250 guests.
The cafe is located at 1 Jalan Padi Emas 3/2, Bandar Baru Uda.
It is opened daily between 2.30pm and midnight except on Sunday.
For details, call 07-230 9084.