Coffee Shop in Ewe Hai Street
Black Bean Coffee 黑豆子咖啡 Restaurant
Open Hour9am - 6pm Closed on Sunday
87, Ewe Hai Street 93000 Kuching Sarawak
Coffee only, no food served.
The outcome was a real shocker, the coffee has a strong aromatic coffee bean smell which we have yet tasted before (we’ve been told that this is pure Sarawak Coffee Bean Brew), very mild bitter aftertaste which makes it easily acceptable for an amateur like us, overall very smooth and we keep craving for more on the next coming days! 😉
Their coffee is very cheap - you get a decent mug of coffee for like what, RM5? In Klang Valley, it's double the price! You can also get a Mocha if you are not a fan of coffee.
Chong Choon Cafe 泉春茶室 Restaurant
Open Hour6.30am - 12pm
275, Jalan Chan Chin Ann Jalan Abell, Kuching
Sarawak Laksa has its advantage aesthetically compared to its Peninsular counterpart though. A traditional bowl of Sarawak Laksa usually served with rice vermicelli, then topped with omelette strip, prawns, shredded chicken, beansprouts, coriander and lime. Poh Lam Sarawak Laksa (RM 7) has everything on the essential list of a decent Sarawak Laksa, and comply perfectly to both taste and aesthetic factor.
Here's the location.
Kolok Mee (RM4.30) So nice we almost ordered another bowl. Instead, we got a bowl of wantan because that wantan is really glorious - the meat fillings are so good, the strong porky flavours with very thin wantan skin. It's so good we don't mind a few bowls of that!
Goh Cafe Restaurant
233, Lorong Satok No 3 93400 Kuching Sarawak Malaysia
I deep-fried them till golden brown one morning for breakfast……all eight of them and yes, I really enjoyed them very much. It sure has retained that quality of being, to me, the best hay peah in Kuching…crispy and crusty and so very tasty.
Glory Corner Restaurant
174-178, Jalan Petanak 93100 Kuching Sarawak Malaysia
He asked if I wanted some handmade noodles and I said that would be good and this…was what I was served. It was very nice, something like a variation of the kolo mee and I so loved those wantons or what we call pian sip in Sibu and kiaw in Kuching.