Best Char Siew Kolok Mee - Non-Halal
Some say they served the best char siew in town. They are serving breakfast actually, however their char siew seems to be the main thing that attracts customer to sit in. Us is one of the bunch which were leaded by our food hunter, Garry.
What is so special about their char siew? Try and have a look at pictures below......
It is all traditionally made using charcoal. Everyone knows charcoal is the door to aromatic smell and taste for food. Just like how Bejing Roasted Duck is cook. Great flame with special selected woods to create great aroma for the meat.
Does this reminds you of your grandparents during your childhood. Holding your hands and bring you to the coffee shop for breakfast and let you have a sip of a hot served kopi "O"?
We ordered 2 types of noodles, straight noodles and curl noodles. Personally I still love the curl one because the texture is more QQ. Char siew was nice but too bad they only gave a few pieces for every bowl they served. Juicy and tender and I'm craving for more. Unfortunately, they do not sell the char siew itself.
This stall is just some where nearby this old Cathay cinema which is no longer operating for business. It is just around the food heaven, Carpenter Street. This is where you could find various of cuisines. Indian, Chinese and Malay.
Hopefully you would find it if you are around Kuching. Exploring for nice food is as adventurous as climbing up a mountain or even diving down the sea. Time to explore!