I guess it's unquestionable that baked ziti is almost everyone's favorite for those who frequent this resto. Various pizzas are all very yummy. Very friendly crew and the service was outstanding. Although there was a price increase and the serving was not as large as it was before but overall its still worth it.
The service crew outside is very friendly and accomodating so we didn't mind lining up to wait for a table to be vacant. Service was great. The orders were served on time and all the dishes taste great. But still nothing beats the taste of the old original Max fried chicken in Baclaran.
The food we ordered was delicious like lechon kawali, grilled squid, bulanglang but the service was very slow. It was ages before we got our first dish then we are already in the process of finishing it before the other dishes arrived. It also took a long time before the bill was processed and the changed was given.
I was a bit disappointed with Kopi Roti after I tried it the first tie with my friend last December. We ordered cold coffee (there is not much choice in flavor) and roti buns and the pan bread with gaya (i forget what they call it). The buns were a bit burnt and not much unlike those Rotis that I tried before from Bataan and Cebu. I can't believe this is the same buns that I've been hearing a lot about. Then we tried the gaya bread and it was a bit sweet for me. The coffee was ok but it didn't keep me satisfied (as a coffee lover) that I went over to Starbucks right after and order Fraps. So I'm not convinced that Kopi Roti is here to put Starbucks or any other cafe a run for their money.