Thursday, July 19, 2007

KAMPUA MEE @ LIAN YEW CAFÉ, ISLAND ROAD, SIBU

Pián Nik Mien Eng-Lak (Chillied Dry Noodle with Wonton)

Without a miss, this is where I get my Kampua fix whenever I'm in town. The shop is 3rd. one from the right.

A glass of Kopi-O-Peng (Iced Grande) with a plate of Kampua still cost less than RM3. Some of the kids studying across the street (Methodist Primary School) are some lucky dudes; they have their Kampuas packed and sent by the staff of this coffee shop over everyday during their recess.

I had the Kampua Wonton mixed with chilli sauce on my first visit; it used to be my ol' time favorite; somehow, it doesn't taste as great as it used to after one has been initialized into the Dark Side - Kampua Eng Tau-Eu! It's the al dente of the noodle and the finely chopped crispy fried shallots that make the noodle here a bit different from the rest.

Kampua Eng-Tau-Eu (Dark Soy Sauce Noodle)

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