Saturday, July 09, 2011

Want to have a taste of Sarawakian cuisine without having to travel across the sea? A bowl of kolo mee or Sarawak laksa is just an order away. There's a stall in Hock Thai Restaurant @ SS2 where you can have a bowl of authentic Kuching-style kolo mee, served for breakfast and lunch!



Kolo mee (egg noodles) is a very famous hawker food and a signature noodle dish in Sarawak, which classically served with crushed garlic and shallot, minced meat and sliced char siu (barbecued pork). It's a favorite among Sarawakians and even non-Sarawakian people love it! Ralph is a kolo mee enthusiast and never gets sick with it.



Another popular Sarawakian delight you can try is none other than Sarawak laksa - spicy coconut prawn paste-based broth served with rice vermicelli, omelet strips, shredded chicken and prawns. The belacan (shrimp paste) really goes well with the laksa!





Oh, do be warned though that it does very get crowded during lunch hours so get there early!



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Mariuca said... @ 10/7/11 10:02 AM

:-[ :-[

Mariuca said... @ 10/7/11 10:02 AM

Morning Monica! woo hoo! ;) ;) ;)

Mariuca said... @ 10/7/11 10:03 AM

Ooooopsie guess no Kolo Mee for me but now I know how it looks like ha ha! :-D :-D

Mariuca said... @ 10/7/11 10:04 AM

But I can have the Sarawak Laksa yay! Hardly eat SL actually but I do enjoy it whenever I have some! Yeah must have sambal or not tak complete! =-X =-X 8-) 8-)

Mariuca said... @ 10/7/11 10:04 AM

Enjoy ur Sunday sweetie and ur makan2 later! I'm cooking now! =-O =-O =-X =-X

gagay said... @ 10/7/11 10:49 AM

;) ;) ;) ;)

gagay said... @ 10/7/11 10:49 AM

morning te mon! ;) ;) ;) ;)

gagay said... @ 10/7/11 10:52 AM

getting hungry now looking at your foodies there te mon! ;) ;) ;) ;)

gagay said... @ 10/7/11 11:08 AM

:* :* :* :* :*

gagay said... @ 10/7/11 11:13 AM

have a great sunday te moN!

Jean said... @ 10/7/11 3:21 PM

Happy Sunday, mon! :)

Jean said... @ 10/7/11 3:24 PM

oh, i love the kolo mee.. however i havent try the s'wak laksa before! looks really spicy!! :-P :-P

Tekkaus said... @ 10/7/11 5:34 PM

Wow...the kolo mee there looks a bit different from the ones we have here in Malacca.

Tekkaus said... @ 10/7/11 5:35 PM

Aww....the details of your photos...a sheer bliss....thanks to your DSLR. :D

*Michael said... @ 10/7/11 9:20 PM

:* :* :*

*Michael said... @ 10/7/11 9:21 PM

Wow, the Kolo mee looks so delicious! 8-) 8-) 8-)

Life Ramblings said... @ 11/7/11 10:28 PM

everything looks yummy and my tummy is rumbling like crazy.

Monica said... @ 11/7/11 11:34 PM

:-[ :-[ Mariuca!

Monica said... @ 11/7/11 11:34 PM

Morning sweetie! ;) :)

Monica said... @ 11/7/11 11:38 PM

hehe yeah it's not halal!

Monica said... @ 11/7/11 11:41 PM

oh yes u can have the Sarawak Laksa..haha of cos must have sambal! :-D :-D

Monica said... @ 11/7/11 11:43 PM

Hope you had a great weekend sweetie! lol what did you cook? *DONT_KNOW* *DONT_KNOW*

Monica said... @ 11/7/11 11:44 PM

GG! :) ;)

Monica said... @ 11/7/11 11:45 PM

morning GG! :* :*

Monica said... @ 11/7/11 11:46 PM

opps go eat something! :-P :-P

Monica said... @ 11/7/11 11:47 PM

thanks GG, hope you had a great weekend too! :)

Monica said... @ 11/7/11 11:48 PM

hey Jean! :* :*

Monica said... @ 11/7/11 11:52 PM

oh then u must try the kolo mee here! hmm the s'wak laksa is not really spicy la! :-D :-D

Monica said... @ 12/7/11 12:00 AM

erm..how does the kolo mee look in Malacca? *DONT_KNOW* *DONT_KNOW*

Monica said... @ 12/7/11 12:07 AM

aww really? hehe I'm very happy with my DSLR..and I enjoy pics with rich colors and sharp detail! :-D

Monica said... @ 12/7/11 12:08 AM

Michael! :* :* :*

Monica said... @ 12/7/11 12:11 AM

It tastes good too! :)

Monica said... @ 12/7/11 12:12 AM

hahaha...it's time for supper! :-P :-P

Bluedreamer said... @ 13/7/11 3:24 AM

wow look at the sauce... so tempting... yum yum...

Bluedreamer said... @ 13/7/11 3:25 AM

I dunno how to use chop sticks... what a shame ...

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