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  • Kolo Mee

    Posted June 7th, 2008 at 11:55 pm

    Most well known in Kuching City. Kolo Mee is s aimple plain noodle with some prawns, meat and vege added. Taste nice , and good for breakfast. There are some good outlets, but you can find it anywhere at any coffee shop in town. Must try if you visit Kuching

  • Tomato Fried Noodles

    Posted June 7th, 2008 at 11:53 pm

    This is common and well known friend mee in Kuching City. You can either order for the mee or Kueh Teow, which are both equally good. You can find in any outlets in Kuching City

  • Sarawak Laksa

    Posted June 7th, 2008 at 4:34 pm

    Well the laksa from Sarawak taste different from Penang Laksa for sure.The gravy is self made, and the laksa here is cooked with coconut milk, so best to take them in morning or before noon .There are many places to go for good laksa in Kuching
    There will have prawns, bean sprout , celery,and chicken meat included.
    Places for good Laksa :

    Expert Food Court – 4th Mile Jalan Penrissen
    Golden Arch Cafe – 3rd Mile Jalan Tun Haji Openg ( Former Rock Road )
    Foody Goody Cafe – Jalan Tabuan Laru next to Kuching Specialist Centre
    Chong Choon Cafe – Jalan Abell, Padungan neaby to Holiday Inn ( 15 mins walk )
    Bormill Cafe ( Ah Yew Laksa ) – Bormill Estate, Jalan Kereta Api
    Ah Chay Laksa – Jalan Sekama
    Ling Loong Cafe – Kings Centre

  • Sarawak Delicious wild midin

    Posted June 7th, 2008 at 4:24 pm

    It is a very common vegetable that grown in the wild in Kuching and ither parts of Sarawak. No insecticide, and taste good. It is good to eat fresh and canb last the least three days or will turb black color in no time. Best cooked ( fried ) with sambal belachan, and secondly cooked with wine and ginger

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