Sunday, 25 January 2015

Haza Cafe

Couldn't recall when was my visit to Haza Cafe! Definitely quite some time. Located at Rubber Road area, a few shoplots next to After 4. This was our 1st visit there. Operated by a Malay family, we were welcomed and served by the warm and friendly crew. Being attracted by the pies upon entering, so got a slice of beef pie.
Beef pie. Yummy! They have chicken pie and mix beef and chicken as well.
Mushroom soup.

Served with a plate of *free* local Kek Lapis made by the "mum", who was claimed to be one of Hilton Kuching's chef. Definitely up to standard.
Papi pan-seared imported fish fillet. My type of dish~

Papi pan-seared chicken chop. Deliciously cooked as well.
Dishes here were all quite good. Just that portion might be a little bit small. xP

Saturday, 24 January 2015

Sing Garden

Sing Garden- A decent food court for breakfast. This place is a favorite especially when we are catching a morning flight. Having served quite a variety of good local cuisines like Foochow foods, Salted Herbal Chicken, American Breakfast, Popiah, Chicken Rice, Lui Cha, Kolo Mee and so on. 
Seafood Kolo Mee. 
Salted Herbal Chicken. Great to go along with rice. RM6 per set.
Pan Mee. 
Foods here are all quite up to standard.

Thursday, 22 January 2015

Song Corner Breakfast Choices

Served with good breakfast choices, we opt for Popiah, Spicy salted Cha Kueh and Fried Noodles. 
Not bad..

Considered one of the good Cha Kuehs you can find in Kuching, but quite expensive for this portion for RM5.

RM4 for this. Rather expensive and tasted just ok.

Monday, 19 January 2015

Mom's Laksa

Mom's Laksa! Well.. This doesn't mean my mum prepared laksa. It's the name of the shop. Located at Matang area, the coffee shop started off from a small business stall at home. Due to its popularity and good business, it grew BIGGER. Claimed to be Sarawak's No.1 Laksa in some people's list especially for Halal eaters, we must give it a try! When we got there, I still find the original stall there, but we still get to their new shop which is located at the shoplot just opposite the road.
Laksa! Not bad.. Thick gravy.
They also served Mee Jawa there, but we only ordered the Satays as we had a bowl of Laksa respectively.
Delicious satays which took them some time to grill them.

Thursday, 8 January 2015

Sharing Downtown

Sharing Planet is a popular Western cuisine serving restaurant in Kuching. Good for the huge and generous portions of good foods with reasonable price, their first outlet was at Stapok area. Had to make reservations in order to secure your dining experience there. To cater more customers, they expanded their business by opening another outlet in town, known as Sharing Downtown. This was my first time there and I brought along my parents. The menu is the same as the original Sharing Planet. The environment is similar to Sharing Planet as well as they offer alfresco dining environment. Let's see what we had for the night!

Double Cheezyland (RM13.80). Juicy and crispy of big size chicken cutlets deep fried and topped with cheese slice and thousand island sauce. 
Mushroom Soup (RM5.80).
Seafood Carbonara (RM19.80). Served in rich and creamy carbonara sauce! Yumms~~
Supreme de volaille (RM16.80). Chicken chop with ham and cheese, served with fries and coleslaw. Always one of my favorite dishes here.

Grilled lamb shoulder (RM19.80). Generous portions of lamb shoulder served in nicely marinated black pepper sauce.
Having ice creams to end our meal!

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