AddressJalan Tun Abang Haji Openg
Opening hour10:00AM - 9:00PM
Closed on Friday
Contact number014-399 3949
Price / FeeSago pearls with gula Melaka (RM2.00) ‧ Sarawak laksa (RM5.00)
[1 year ago]
Corned beef fried rice (RM13) ‧ Nasi kerabu with ayam percik, drumstick (RM6.50) ‧ Nasi lemak special (RM6.00) ‧ Penang laksa (RM5.00) ‧ Sotong and the cempedak and a slice of fish and half a salted egg (RM5.80) ‧ Sotong and the cempedak and one green veg (RM4.50)
Signature DishesNasi kerabu with ayam percik, drumstick ‧ Nasi campur
DishesAyam berlada ‧ Ayam percik ‧ Balitongs ‧ Cangkuk manis with pumpkin ‧ Doughnuts ‧ Liver ‧ Nasi campur (mixed rice) ‧ Nasi kerabu ‧ Roast chicken ‧ Sambal egg ‧ Sotong (squid) kerabu ‧ Sotong kerabu ‧ Ulam
[1 year ago]
Bean curd sticks ‧ Cangkuk manis ‧ Daging masak hitam (black-cooked beef) ‧ Glass noodles with black fungus ‧ Ikan tenggiri (mackerel) ‧ Masak lemak cabbage ‧ Nasi campur ‧ Pumpkin ‧ Seafood kway teow ‧ Sotong (squid) ‧ Terung Dayak
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I can’t resist…I saw these balitongs (siput sudut) masak lemak (cooked with santan/coconut milk) and I sure enjoyed them so much when we were here for their buka puasa buffet around the end of May so of course, I could not resist asking for that…and also a helping of the prawns.
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Respect…I loved that not very attractive looking fish – I did not know what they marinated it with but it was so very nice
One by one…Both my missus and my girl had their very nice vegetable curry…
I said…Well, I had the Sarawak laksa (RM5.00)…On the whole, though it did not sweep me off my feet, I thought it was quite nice. In fact, in the first place I never got my hopes up high especially when considering that this culinary delight was of Chinese origin, in Kuching. In my growing up years, we could hardly find a stall here selling this but we can find many all over town nowadays and of course, whether it is nice or not is another story altogether. Likewise, it is available at many Malay stalls and shops now and they even have Malay/Muslim companies/factories making their own sambal for their use.
Approve…I also went for the nasi campur – the ikan bakar (grilled fish) looked so good I simply couldn’t resist…and of course, I had the liver and yes, I loved petai too!
On the menu…I chose the sotong (squid) kerabu…Yes, it was very nice. I loved the cili sumbat, the stuffed chili…a lot. Elsewhere, they would just fill the chili with the filling but here, there is so much filling it was bursting out of it and I sure liked that
We were here…My missus had their seafood kway teow…which was very good, very very spicy even though she did not ask for it, but I thought it could have been a bit more substantial.
Makes sense…I had the nasi lemak special (RM6.00)…with one fried chicken drumstick…
I remember the last time I had that, I asked for their ayam percik and they did not have a problem with that but I had to pay 5o sen more which was perfectly ok as the chicken was very nice.
Same again…We had the same thing again, their nasi kerabu with ayam percik, drumstick (RM6.50)…that we do like a lot and yes, as always, it was really good. I love the stuffed green chili…and I do think that the ayam percik…alone would be satisfying enough even if one had it with plain white rice.
All alone am I…I had this (RM5.80)… the sotong and the cempedak too and I had a slice of fish and half a salted egg, three meat and one vegetable. I thought that was reasonably-priced and above all, we really enjoyed our picks. In fact, the cempedak was so very nice that I just had to tapao some home for dinner.