Coffee Shop in Sarawak

    Kian Hock Coffee Shop
    Kian Hock Coffee Shop
    1. 瓊福茶屋
    🍴 Restaurant ChineseCoffee Shop
    1. Sibu
    2. Pekan Sibu
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    2. 3 years ago

    It was good – there were lots of ingredients including a few prawns and bits of sotong (squid) , a couple of fried fish slices and some vegetables plus the pork fat crusts (bak yu phok) but I would not mind a stronger wok hei fragrance. Yes, they do not use plastic here too – a pat on the back for that.

    Kian Hock Coffee Shop
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    2. 5 years ago

    I ordered their fried noodles, moon and sat there and waited. Boy! For reasons unknown, it sure took a mighty long time like that time when I was there for the kampua mee and when it was served…I must say that I was quite disappointed. It sure did not look all that enticing. However, when I tried it, I thought it was quite good…but for RM4.50 a plate, I sure wouldn’t mind a few thin slices of their char siew or roast meat. This place is famous for those or perhaps I was too early in the morning and they were not ready yet – the cabinet at the stall designated for those was still empty

    Kian Hock Coffee Shop
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    2. 6 years ago

    I had no intention of joining all the cars moving at a snail’s pace so I decided to stop by the aforementioned coffee shop for the kampua noodles…I was delighted to see that they used real char siew (barbecued meat) instead of those wannabes – boiled pork coloured red, and the char siew was really very nice! All this while, I had been grumbling that I could not get very nice char siew here, nothing like those in KL or elsewhere in the peninsula, but this one here wasn’t too bad. Now I know where I can go to should I happen to have a craving for it.