In Korean, Kyopo means diaspora or a person who has been living in a country or setting which is not native to their ancestors. With this, comes cultural sharing and borrowing. Kyopo Kitchen’s dishes combine flavours from a wide variety of culinary backgrounds to reflect such sharing and borrowing.
Beverley’s menu will feature Kari Ayam (Malaysian Chicken Curry) and Sayur Lodeh (Vegetarian Curry). Both warm savoury curries have a coconut cream base and spices which will warm you up in this chilly weather. Served with jasmine coconut rice, each spoonful is a call to home cooking back in Kuala Lumpur.
Beverly Yap, owner and the creative driver behind Kyopo Kitchen, has combined her Chinese roots, traveling and Asian work experiences with her Canadian upbringing to craft unique dishes she’s certain you’ll love.