Tuesday, December 7, 2010


All shots were taken at the back alleys of Kuching. Who knew they were so beautiful? Although it needs a little cleaning up (city council, mayor, take note!). But still, there's beauty in it.

Top: Wheat grass + C. Which is just wheat grass drink with added evaporated milk. My brother ordered this. It's in JUMBO glass! The first I've seen in Kuching. Usually you get big, huge glasses in coffee shops at West Malaysia or at Singapore. But now it's available here. Can I say Hallelujah? You betcha.

Below: A typical breakfast in Kuching. Mee Pok with Char Siew Oil. Translation: Dry Noodles with Barbecued Pork Oil. Hence the redness. Doesn't look appetizing but trust me, it's delicious.

I had breakfast with my family at Chong Choon Cafe. The breakfast place for Sarawak's legendary Sarawak Laksa. You have to wait from early morning for the best. Or so they say. I've not tried the Laksa here yet. The stall wasn't open (I think we're a bit too late for it) and I didn't feel like eating Laksa today.

Oh, Anthony Bourdain visited this very coffee shop for a bowl of Laksa.


Ania B said...

wow those stairs are spectacular! and those noodles look soooo sooo good <3


Christine Dior said...

yeah, those stairs are really cool. you like the look of the noodles? usually people get scared of the redness of it. haha.

Meekay said...

I love malaysian food especially laksa! Everytime I go to Malaysia all I do is EAT oh and shopping haha!


Christine Dior said...

awesome! for foreigners, it is really cheap to shop here. hope you're been to sarawak! =D