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Iron House Kopitiam

Retro theme family restaurant at Bandar Sri Kembangan

About Iron House Kopitiam (铁皮屋)

A hidden gem at the Seri Kembangan exit on the MEX highway, short trip of 30 mins from KL. You will find this newly open retro theme restaurant that offer you famous local delight - Nasi Lemak, and Pan Mee and all other food, dessert and drinks to rekindle your childhood live.

Well, Iron House Kopitiam is not entirely new as the cafe was moving from the previous store about a stone throw away to a bigger and new space that let you dine comfortably while indulging their famous Nasi Lemak Rendang with generous portion of fried chicken leg.

The restaurant run by the couple, Wong Yun Soon (or Ah Soon) together with Tan Mei Syn who decided to start a different venture after their corporate lives. Soon who is a self-confessed foodie decided to open this Kopitiam with the menu that preserves his own heritage.

Love our food

Iron House Cafe offer menu that suite most of the patrons but leveraging on food technology to scale up their production while maintaining the standard and flavour. To handle the influx of over 300 people within 2 hours and make sure their foods and drinks get delivered promptly and maintaining the standard is more than just experienced cook, waiters and speed. But you need technology and automation to deliver error free consistency.

Iron House Kopitiam take pride of the quality and affordable pricing and it is proven to be a successful formula to attract influx of patrons in peak hours. Especially the legendary best seller, Nasi Lemak Rendang with Large Chicken Leg, a well marinated chicken drumstick that infused with the rich flavour of Rendang spices and cooked with high-end kitchen equipment to deliver tender and juicy meat texture, they can easily sell more than 300 dishes so be there earlier to avoid disappointment.

You can be assured that whatever listed on their menu will taste better as Iron House isn't just another Kopitiam next door. They put in a lot of efforts to make their food or drinks taste better and offer the environment that you get to settle in for a casual meet up with friends or just makan!


Unlike most of the eatery that compete with pricing and volume, Iron House Kopitiam leveraging on enhanced dining experience for the customer and using technology to increase customer engagement to grow the business and lower the cost. Although Nasi Lemak is a common food that can easily prepared even domestically, but to make a really good Nasi Lemak that prepared with hygiene, consistent food quality and flavour and affordable pricing need experiences and technology automation.

We provide a Point of sale (POS) system that help to integrate the front of house (waiter) and kitchen into one so that kitchen crew get notify and able to track the orders accurately whether it has been prepared or served to table. With the help of expedite display at the food pass window, so that the coordinator can check to prevent missing orders.

We add in queue ticket systems to help the restaurant to manage the order of queue and deter the "jump queue" situation. With the integration between queue systems and POS systems, waiter can "page" the next queue no from POS and streamline the door to seat process.

Love your POS

Eats365 is powerful and easy to use systems. We was previously using iPad POS System and we love the portability and cloud computing features that it provides to business. Especially for us to track sales and add product without occupying the POS terminal.

Eats365 is more advanced than our previous systems and have more functions. Our business is still growing and we need a systems that can help us to scale as we expand. We are also looking into self ordering solutions to allow the patron to take order or take a queue ticket while waiting for seat which will greatly enhance the wait time and customer experience and also reduce staffing.

Behind the Scene

Iron House Kopitiam has implemented eats365 iPad POS, Kitchen Display System, Expedite Display and Queue Ticket System.

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