Monday, August 25, 2008

LUNCH @ POH SENG CAFÉ, CHONGLIN PARK, JALAN TABUAN, KUCHING

Fried Cantonese Koay-Teow

This stretch of commercial blocks has more massage parlors than anywhere else in Kuching. It has a few watering holes, and some decent eateries. But this isn't one of them.

This is one of my Chin-Chai-Chiak (random eat) outing, trying unknown sources in the hope of finding a gem. This corner shop was well patronized when I was there for lunch - must be office workers from the surrounding establishments.

The fried flat noodle was in a complete puddle of globby-glob of crabsticks and whatever else might be floating in there. To make the matter worse, the noodle wasn't the type that was meant for frying, which made it sticky when fried.

The fried ginger pork rice fared better, but only so slightly... the meat was a bit tough. It was the sauce that pulled it through. If you're not pressed for time during your lunch break, you'd be better off if you venture elsewhere.

Ginger Pork Rice

2 comments:

suituapui said...

The dishes look quite ordinary to me...

Kong-Kay said...

yup, you should ask HB for his opinion... probably he dined here before since it's his old haunt.

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