Saturday, October 24, 2009

Sarawak Kolo Mee :- Huo Min Cafe, Hui Sing Garden

Before I fly off for my holiday two weeks ago my friend brought me to this shop for breakfast. Not sure what to have so I have ordered the kolomee. The taste of Kolomee is not bad. It cost me only RM2.50 :). The noodles is well done not soggy.


Sarawak Buah Dabai (Sarawak Black Olive)

Buah Dabai is a unique tropical fruit from Sarawak. This fruit is mainly found around sibu, Kapit dan Sarikei. It is soft and very creamy. Buah Dabai is a seasonal fruit. This is the must buy and eat fruit when it come to it season.


A lil about the fruit from the Media.

Sarawak Laksa @ Mei Mei Cafe, Chong Ling Park

I have been hearing alot from my friend surround me to ask me to check out this place laksa. The first time I went there their laksa has finished. So last thursday I decided to go there for breakfast. I had the laksa.

The laksa was quite good. The gravy is just nice not to creamy which is how I like my laksa. Well i recommend this one to everyone but make sure to go early.


Tuesday, October 6, 2009

Chicken Porridge :- Aladdin Cafe, Carpenter Street

This is quite a famous spot for chicken porridge and their Fried Chicken Wing. To bad that night when we are there they run out of Chicken Bottom but the owner ask me to wait for another 30min for the next batch of Chicken Wing to be ready. My friend decided to do take away.


We settle with the Fried Fish ball. That also they left with two skew. The Fish ball was nice. It was crunchy on the outside and soft in side. They have actually coated the fish ball with some spices. The fish ball was served with their home made sweet and sour sauce.



Tom Yam bee Hoon :- Sarawak Golf Club, Jln Pustaka

This tom yam bee hoon is really yummy but it was kind of too spicy for me. They are quite generous with the seafood. I miss this very much. Was wondering when can i go again.


Sunday, October 4, 2009

Theresa Sarawa Laksa @ Jalan Borneo (Opposite Hilton Hote) (*HALAL)

This is me and my friends favorite spot for laksa after clubbing. The owner only start her biz at 7pm until wee hour. Janet Lau introduces me to this place. She told me that i must try the laksa there cause it was really really nice. So i gave it a try and true indeed was nice. The gravy was not that heavily spiced nor the santan was to heavy.

RM 4 is the normal price. RM 6 is for special and "cheng". This is the first place i found in kuching that they have "cheng" laksa. Cheng means there is no bee hoon in the soup, there are prawn, shredded chicken, shredded egg and bean sprout with laksa soup. for those who wanted to go on diet should get "cheng".


Foochow Kam Pua Mee :- Yi Ann Cafe, Jalan Goh Meng Teck

I like the kam pua mee at this shop. It taste more original as they are using the original kam pua noodles.