Saturday, October 27, 2007

BREAKFAST @ MERRY FOOD CENTRE, JALAN FOOCHOW, KUCHING

Kampua Classic

This is the corner coffee shop around the bend from Big Horse (Too Kar P'ng'S palace). It has a collection of Foochow stalls. This weekly ritual of Laksa had a slight diversion; we ended farther from the usual route, but along the same stretch nonetheless.

First off, Prolink Wong said his Kampua tasted as good as it looked - words from a Foochow's mouth. Notice the thick slab of red food coloring on the Char Sui - pretty authentic Foochow-looking stuff!

Collective Dim-Sum Baskets

On the other hand, the food that came in the Dim-Sum baskets looked pretty appetizing, which sometimes is deceiving. The chicken's feet and the Har Kow were pretty decent, but the spareribs was too sweet. I think it's one of those wholesale Dim-Sum made a few blocks up the road.

Chicken's Feet With Black Beans

Har-Kow

Spareribs

The two items below were from the Zi-Char back kitchen. It's stuff that stuffs you up, quantity-wise (plenty of noodle), but meager on the liao department. What do you expect from a RM3 deal?

Chow-Chai Hung Ngan

Foochow Fried Noodle

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