Thursday, February 15, 2007

ABC (AYER BATU CAMPUR) @ YEO AH LENG, JALAN TAN SRI WILLIAM TAN, KUCHING

Cham-Cham



These Kang-Tong stalls used to occupy a row of wooden shed next to Chung Hua 3 Little (San Siaw - that's how the kids call their school), which has been transformed to a Chinese garden. Now they are relocated farther down the road next to the Jubilee Ground in a new single storey rotunda.

There are a few stalls selling Chendol and such; however this one does Rojak (shrimp paste salad). The Rojak now has an addition of Jambu (Guava) in the mix of cucumber, jicama, fried taupong (beancurd) and pineapple.

The shaved ice I had has a bit of everything Yeo has on display in the glass case - pineapple, papaya, longan, chendol, red bean, sago, gelatin, barley, siang-chau and sweetcorn plus a whole lot enchilada. I don't know what it's called, I just say: "Cham-liaw-liaw". One other thing, order with gula apong (attap thūng) and coconut milk. The wife serves one mean Rojak; I always order to have the chilli mixed into the salad otherwise it's just a lump of chilli on the side, which is a no-no.


Rojak


The adjoining stall (1st. one) sells Balacan Beehoon. (My mom scoffs at this calling it Belacan cooked in water, which it really is) and also Century Egg with pickled ginger.

Belacan Beehoon


Century Egg with Pickled Ginger

2 comments:

tze said...

yummmy.. lov d century egg with ginger

Kong-Kay said...

just discovered this blog or just spamming? suddenly so many comments from you.

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