Rumours Kopitiam

City CentreMalaysian, Asian££££
Very Good
3 Reviews
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About Rumours Kopitiam

Rumours Kopitiam Glasgow is a city centre spot with quite the Glaswegian following. Serving up authentic Malaysian fare for over a decade, this Bath Street is showing no signs of slowing – quite the opposite, in fact. You’ll find a whole host of tasty dishes on offer, with an array of meat, seafood and veggie options, so even your pickiest pal is catered for. Whether you’re in with the whole family, catching up with your bests or having a cosy one with your special someone, Rumous Koptitiam in Glasgow’s city centre is the place to head. Just be sure to book ahead!

Opening Times

Open now - Closes at 10:00 pm
12:00 pm - 10:00 pm
12:00 pm - 10:00 pm
12:00 pm - 10:00 pm
12:00 pm - 10:00 pm
12:00 pm - 10:00 pm
12:00 pm - 9:30 pm


Rumours Kopitiam
21 Bath Street, City Centre
Glasgow G2 1HW

Menu Highlights



Roti Canai

Malaysian style pancake served with curry sauce dip on side

Mango and Chicken rolls

Chicken & mango wrapped in spring roll sheets then deep fried

Sesame Prawn Toast

Prawn mixture spread on toast then dipped in sesame seed and deep fried
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3 Rumours Kopitiam Reviews

Very Good
3 Reviews
Waiting time:Good
Noise levels:Pleasant
Value for money:Reasonable value
Kathy L.10 months ago · 3 reviews

Food was delicious and freshly prepared. Staff were exceptionally friendly and helpful. One of my companions is vegan but doesn't like tofu so didn't see anything suitable on the menu. The restaurant was very accommodating and made her something she was able to eat. The restaurant advised that if she came back to let them know in advance so that they could prepare a vegan dish for her.

sabrina j.7 months ago · 1 review

Food was good. Good portions. But pricey. I had the Mee Siam which tasted more like Singapore Mee, but it had good flavour to it.