10 years until now still delicious as before. Must come and have the try. Stall 21, stall 20, stall 19, stall 15 and a satay stall.
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My favourite is the sweet fried noodle with bean sprout (must mentioned ‘sweet’ as sweet dark soy source is used.), it is super tasty! It is only RM3.50 per plate. My father-in-law recommends the stall no.15. For drinks, Metahon is very refreshing and cool to...More
We come here every time we are visiting Kuching. The local hawker food are varied, yummy and value for money. Love the authentic pork satay, tomato noodles, kolo see, kueh cap, fried rice noodles, dumplings etc. Parking can be difficult during peak dinner time so...More
My frequent place for dinner, always packed with hungry folks, old and young. Here, you can order kolomee, all varieties of fried noodles, fast foods and refreshing drinks. Prices, Kuching foods are still the cheapest in the world.
Best kolo mee in town at only RM3.50. My favourite place for a quick & satisfying dinner. Try the fried kueh teow at stall Yeow Kee. Have to be there as early as 5.30pm or you need to wait like 30-40mins during their peak hours...More
Looking for a budget food and fried banana fritters and pork skewers (satay)? This is the place for you. From chap fan (economy rice) to ais kacang to snakcs, everything here will slide down happily to your tummy. Food here is cheap, simple yet tasty....More
The food and drinks are cheap and affordable. The foods taste nice and usually is crowded with people during weekends and night times. People who wants to have a taste of local food should come here!
This place is one of the oldest authentic food courts you can find in Kuching and still in my top list for supper. I knew the veterans stall operators since when I was young and that was at least 25 years ago. They used to...More
Food to try here: Tomato noodles from Hup Ghim Heng Fried noodles from Ah Huat The Matterhorn the satay isnt that great, mostly burnt bits with chewy meat.
Used to come here often back when I was younger. Wide variety of food and drinks ( even kueh/tea time cakes). Beware of the weather as most seats and tables are at the outer portion of the place. Parking is at the usual kuching standard...More