Do you still remember Kaya & Toast? Now it’s not a place for coffee and toast. You can have your lunch here with delicious local food. Take a look at the following and you’ll get what I mean. Food lovers, beware~
Introducing Nasi Lemak Special. It’s coconut-flavored rice, with other ingredients like anchovies, peanuts, chicken, marinated carrot & cucumber, egg and curry.
Continue reading “Irresistible Local Dish!”
Rojak, is basically a snack made up of mixture of fruits (or other ingredients) with black prawn paste and grounded peanuts as topping. You must not miss this dish when you are in Malaysia. Last week, Orange and I went to a rojak shop located just at the upper level from my office. (I’m working in a shopping podium) It was so sweet of Orange to visit me during lunch time.
You can pick and choose what fruits or fried snack to mix with the rojak prawn paste! Continue reading “Stone Ice Rojak”
Heard of the 3-Layer Teh C Peng (milk tea) in Kuching? The original 3-layer Teh C Peng is still the best! Its origin is a coffee shop located in Kota Sentosa, or the so-called “7th Mile”. (Note: Boulevard is located at the so-called “4th Mile”)
RM1.40 each, cheaper than other coffee shops. But kinda “rough” looking, as you can see some left over.
Continue reading “The Original “3-Layer””
One of my favorite food is fried bee hoon (vermicelli). There are many style of making this dish. The picture above is known as the Sinchiew bee hoon (Singapore style) with the taste of curry powder. Yummy and it’s only RM3.00. Continue reading “Cheap & Delicious”
Kolo Mee – RM2.40
(干捞面) is an exclusive common yet delicious food in Sarawak. The noodles is boiled in hot water for just a little while and put into cold water to cool down a sec, and later put into the boil water for a few more second again, take out and put it in a bowl of sauce mixture, mix them together and it’s ready to be served. Cha Siew
(roasted pork), minced meat, red & green onions and vegetable are used as the topping. Very tasty~~~ Thinking of it just make me hungry.The noodle can be curly or straight, machine made or hand-made. I prefer hand-made as it’s more tasty. Oh, and yes you can choose to have your kolo mee
mixed in red sauce or just serve “white”. I prefer with red sauce (叉烧油), as it will taste a little sweet and more delicious. It used to be RM1.80, and price raised as flour and many other daily products raised price…and now the price range can be from RM2.20 to RM2.50 (apply to regular bowl of kolo mee
Nowadays, west Malaysia also start to have food shop selling kolo mee, and even Singapore has a special shop for eating different type of kolo mee, yet expensive. Still, kolo mee from Sarawak – place of its origin, is the best! Cheap and tasty! If you come to Sarawak (or should I say Kuching?), don’t miss this!
UPDATE: Forget to mention, this is a non-Halal food.