Sunday, July 01, 2007

BREAKFAST @ SIBURAN FOOD COURT, 17TH. MILE SERIAN ROAD, KUCHING

Kacama Chicken


This was a Sunday drive out of the city looking for food in the less traveled route. I've often passed through this village but never driven into it. This was supposed to be a gastronomical trip into the unknown.

Scouted around at a few of the eateries closest to where the car was parked. Same stuff as those in Kuching. Stumbled across a stall selling Kacama herbs at an alley, bought some and asked to recommend a good eatery. And this first coffee shop at the fringe of the village was well patronized. There were 2 noodle stalls selling almost identical stuff, 1 Kueh Chap stall, a roast meat stall and another selling home-cooked fare.


Roast Chicken & Braised Pork (Loh Bak)


Dark Soy Sauce Noodle, the Works


Kueh Chap

Overall the food is as good as those you'll find in Kuching. The lady who sold the Kacama was accommodating - offered more white Chinese wine if we wanted a sharper taste and more kick to the dish. For those who wish to get away from the maddening crowd should give this place a go.

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