Aug 05

Here… Some photos to share with you for the Kuching Festival Food Fair.

Date: 31st July – 22nd August
Time: 6pm – 11pm
Place: Dewan Masyarakat

The entrance. Just going to show you the surrounding, food will come in coming post(s) because I’m still collecting them.

As usual, you can always find the same old stalls every year without fail.

There are also news ones. It seems like there’s more stalls this year compare to the past.

More stalls…

Was caught with surprise when I smelt durian smell. You got to be kidding me! Sell durian in food fair?!?! WOW! I hope the tourists won’t be shooed away by it. Anyway, there’s many people lining up to buy the food there. Seems like it’s quite a hit.

Various associations were given the chance to sell there too. You can find food from various races/dialects there.

Another section of the food far.

This stall has the most “advanced” banner.

Food photos will come soon, maybe in the coming post.

Jun 23


Previously I posted about Old Chang Kee in Singapore, then I saw it at 1 Utama during my previous KL trip. Missed the Old Chang Kee Curry Puff, so bought we bought one.


Forgot to take photos of the curry puff. Can you see the huge one at the background? And mountain of curry puffs in the display shelf?

You can check out Old Chang Kee official website to find out more.

Oct 02

Old Chang Kee is no stranger to Singaporeans. Old Chang Kee is famous for its curry puffs. They have many outlets throughout Singapore.

This is the one in front of Ngee Ann City. I was stopped by the workers there for taking photos of it. Good thing I managed to get some shoots before being stopped for doing so.

We bought some of the food from its OnStik Family menu:

GuChai OnStik(SGD1.00)
Sotong Ball OnStik(SGD1.40)
Sotong OnStik(SGD1.50)
Breaded Sushi OnStik(SGD1.50)

Didn’t take the individual photos of the food we bought though. Also didn’t try out the curry puff. Should have try it but didn’t thought of it that time also didn’t know it’s their specialty until now.

You can check out Old Chang Kee official website to find out more.

Nov 27

Finally got the chance to try out one of the item in the ala carte menu.

The plastic bag is quite tasteful. 1901, food for friendship.

Ordered Regular Texas Ted (RM5.80). This is how the regular box looked like.

Here you go, this is bascially how it looks like. I guess others will be looking almost like this also. You can opt to have extra sauces added which you have to add-on 60sen for each extra sauce.

No sales tax.

Nov 08

We went to a village somewhere in Balik Pulau for very late lunch. We were told that the Penang Assam Laksa there is one of the best one. The place is very seclude and we got no idea how to go also. Furthermore, our friend got lost when looking for it also.


This is the famous Penang Assam Laksa (RM2.50). It was indeed delicious. So many people went there to have their fix of Penang Assam Laksa. The place was full, there’s never an empty place. Once a table was cleared, another cutomer would come and sit down.


I think this is called Har Mee or I think it should be Hokkien Mee, not very sure though, there’s many prawns and tasted “prawny” too. It’s also RM2.50.

Oct 28

This post will cover our dinner, supper and dessert of day 3 in Penang.

We had our dinner at Yi Garden. It was so packed! It was not easy to find a place to sit. I’m not sure where is the exact area it located, it’s located somewhere around Sun Yat-Sen Memorial Centre if not mistaken.

The wantan mee that our friend said that it’s very famous. This plate cost RM3+ if not mistaken. The wantan were hiddden below the noodle.

This is just wantan with no mee. Very succulent wantan, no wonder it’s so famous.

Oh dear… What are these two called? They seemed like Cantonese Char. Anyone got any idea? :p Forgot to take note of the name and the price.

O jien again, RM5 only and the oysters were generous!

Pork spare parts porridge. Don’t remember how much also but it’s much cheaper than in Kuching and this is the kind that you can eat the every single grain of the porridge instead of the mushy type that we usually got.

Next round, we went to the food court next door. To try more food. This is bak chang.

Chu Chang Fen, this is much better than the previous one. The gravy is extremely sticky and thick! A bit too sweet for our liking. Still with the sambal, it’s quite nice.

Then, here came our pizza, very cheesy thin crust pizza. This is really recommended! Not sure how much but it should be below RM15(just wild guess).

Our last stop was a shop selling herbal drinks and tong sui that is very famous in Penang. Not going to let you know the name though. In fact, we forgot the name also. Very hard to read and pronounce.

These were some of the stuffs that we had. We spent RM40+ on all of them! It’s very expensive!!! The most expensive “meal” in Penang. Does this even consier a meal. However, the ingredients they used are pricey and good quality ones, that’s why you got such price.

Let’s see… The cup of drink is some kind of ginseng drink, the black one is guilingao, the yellow green with black sauce is di ya kueh(I hope I got it right), and the white one is tao hu hua, the brownish one is xuet kap(not sure how to pronounce it, it’s not cheap stuff).

So that’s the end of our day 3 food.

Apr 30

It’s not easy to find food very late at night in Kuching or at dawn or wee hours of the day. However, there are places that you can always find food stalls open. One of them is at Petanak Market. This is one of the place you can get fresh produces in Kuching at wee hours of the day. They serve various kind of food for supper and to cater to vegetables suppliers, seafood suppliers, meat suppliers and late night customers(usually food operators, shift workers, lorry drivers) need of food.

Here’s one stall that is open till very late at night. Let’s see what they have:

:: Low Ling Kee Food Stall, Petanak Market


:: Fried Mee (RM3)


:: Kolomee (RM2.50) with “char sio oil”. Kolemee will not cause you to have acne problem and to the extend of needing best acne treatment.

Apr 03

What do you think of when Jalan Song is mentioned? Of course is food. You can get local food and international food here. So many choices to make!

Here are some food and beverages that Jalan Song offers:


This is the first takoyaki stall in Kuching. I don’t think there is any other place that sells this except at Jalan Song.


One box has 4 takoyaki, 2 octopus+2 prawn. It’s only RM3.50!


Next, here’s the famous Uncle BOB Fried Chicken Fillet. You can choose to have spicy or original. Each costs RM4.50. It’s such a hit among Kuchingites.

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Feb 16

One place to get BBQ lamb in Kuching is at Expert Food Court, Jalan Song. The only way for you to get there from Kuching city center is via taxi.


The lamb is BBQ to perfection and laced with the stall’s specialty sauce.

Three sizes are available, RM10(small), RM15(medium), RM20(large).

The stall doesn’t have a specific name. It’s only known as “BBQ Lamb”.

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