Friday, December 11, 2009


Fishball Soup

It's one of those rare occasions that we venture to this part of the neighbourhood in the evening in search of food. This is our 2nd. time here. The fishballs we had the first time was good, so we have another dig at it, but with everything the stall has under the moon; they are all made from different varieties of fish, thus their texture are different from one another.

Chicken Claypot Rice

The claypot rice was one of the stalls we overlooked the other time. Pleasantly surprised that it's good, and the long wait is worth it. It has Chinese sausages (although I asked for them to be omitted) and salted fish in them too.

Charcoal Grilled Cuttlefish

And this is not something you don't encounter everywhere these days - grilled and pounded cuttlefish. It was a favourite movie-going snack with the vinegary chilli sauce; it gave a whole new meaning to the term "scent-surround"!


Nate-n-Annie said...

Oooh! always on the lookout for good fishballs and also claypot chicken rice. where's this coffee shop located?

I had the claypot rice at Thompson Corner in Tabuan Jaya recently. Not bad.

Kong-Kay said...

thet are coffee shops next to the market (after the market if you coming from jalan song). c121 is next to it.

Borneoboy said...

The fish balls look good. Must give it a try.

Kong-Kay said...

they certainly are; was there yesterday morning, and the stall was closed, so gave the place a miss and went next door, c121.

Nate-n-Annie said...

So, Lee Coffee Shop is next to C121? We go to eat lunch there every so often. I'll keep an eye out.

Had some claypot chicken rice at Favourite Cafe on Laksamana Cheng Ho, across from the Buddhist church / kindergarten. It was cheap, but not good.

Kong-Kay said...

so did you find the lui cha?


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