Monday, October 20, 2008

RICE & NOODLE @ SA CHECK GON CAFÉ, JALAN ANG CHENG HO, KUCHING

Fried Beehoon

Following the heels of getting the pink slip from Cuixiang Garden, like the Far East guy, this is another prodigy from that kitchen. Though less ambitious, this guy just concentrates on the quickie single-plate items like rice and noodle. And he does a good job of getting good looking and tasting noodle and rice out of the kitchen, as obvious from its crisp dry vermicelli with crunchy beansprouts, and the not in-your-face kind of fried rice, which has dry-loose grains and yet slightly moist at every bite, with particles of salted fish planted like mines ready to explode on you.

Fried Rice With Salted Fish

Sounding like a long lost son of Charlie Chan, this third grand uncle (as translated from Hokkien) occupies one of the 3 blocks of shops that have plaza walkway between the shops along this stretch of road, and it faces the Cantonese Association across the road.

* The thing with keeping a post for far too long is that this one has past its shelf's life.... the coffee shop has been replaced by a new one. Don't know whether the kitchenette is still there or not.

2 comments:

suituapui said...

Something happened to 3rd Grand-uncle (Sa-chek-kong)? LOL!!!

Kong-Kay said...

probably not a favorite uncle...

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