Sunday, November 05, 2006

KUEH CHAP @ SUNCO FOODCOURT, JALAN AHMAD ZAIDI ADRUCE (JLN. KERATAPI) KUCHING



This stall only operates in the evening. And this is not the only thing it sells (a bit of that in a later post). I'll have you know that Kueh Chap is not a nocturnal thing for me. Out of curiosity, I had a go at it.

From the whiff of the broth as the bowl of Kueh Chap was delivered before me, it didn't smell promising. I detected a strong scent of 5 spice powder in the broth. The spice was too strong for its own good. It masked out all the natural taste of the mixed pork parts, or spare-parts as some would have called them. This dish was a substitute for its braised duck Teochew porridge at one time. And it has since become the mainstay.

This coffee shop is next to the 100% discount store, at the junction of Green Road and Jalan Tun Ahmad Zaidi Adruce. The proprietor of the stall once apprenticed for the Kueh Chap stall (evening) at Lau Ya Kheng, Carpenter Street. Thus the similarity of the food served at both locations.

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