Monday, December 03, 2007

YAM RICE & SUCH @ XIANG XIANG FOOD COURT, CENTRAL PARK, KUCHING


If you happen to be at this 3rd. Mile haunt, now made famous by a murder and a non-paying patron who wrecked up the pub, this tiny stall at the back of the coffee shop is a must drop-in place for its cheap uncompromising rice. It's so good you can eat it on its own.



This stall's specialty is the rice cooked in 2 ways: with yam (left) and long bean (right) - the good thing is that it costs only RM1 each.


Of course there are other accompaniments that can go with the rice. There are Kou Bak (Braised Pork Belly in soy sauce), Kiam Chai Th'ng (mustard green soup) with mixed meat, Lobak (5 spice roll) or the local call it Ngo Hiang, and Assam Fish (tamarind fish); all cooked by Penangnites.

Kou-Bak

Kiam Chai Th'ng

The meal (for 2) we had just came to RM10.

MOVED TO FOOD AVENUE, 4TH. ML. PENRISSEN ROAD

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