Sunday, November 26, 2006

CHAR KUEH @ EASTMOORE CAFÉ, KUCHING



This is follow-up from the last review post. True to the father's word, it comes with bean sprouts. Although the dad makes the radish cake, it somehow tastes different; a bit too soft on the cake. I guess it all boils down to the frying of the product. I think he missed the first step: shallow frying. For all its worth, it wasn't too bad. The chilli at the side, I think, is normal practice if you order it 'hot'. It's the same at his dad's except he mixes the chilli in while frying for my order.

If Char Kueh is your kind of thing day and night, this family can satisfy you first thing in the morning and last thing at night. Eastmoore is opposite of Westmoore, duh? After Ong Thien Swee Road, along Rock Road (2½ mile).

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