Saturday, October 21, 2006

FISHBALL SOUP @ LAU-YA KHENG, CARPENTER STREET, KUCHING



This is Teochew Fishball soup; it's an ala-Yong-Taufoo of sort. Apart from the fishballs, there are stuffed beancurd (plain and deep-fried) and deep-fried meatballs as well. There used to be shrimpballs too, but the escalating cost has forced the item off the menu. This clear soup dish has a dollop of Tanghoon (vermicelli) in it. It is accompanied by a vinegarette ground chilli condiment.


This is the same stall that sells the pork satay. This item lasts longer than the satay; usually finishes around 4 pm. thereafter. One can purchase raw fishballs and such from their lodging at upper China Street, which is farther up the street.

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