Wednesday, March 21, 2012

Bintawa Kueh Chap

Another Kuching delicacies is the Kueh Chap.. The kueh is something similar to kueh tiaw (or hor fun) but they're in bigger pieces... and served in the soup with the mixture of pork meats and it's intestines, stomach, ear, etc.. (or I like to use the word pig's spare parts! :) And of course, it comes with their special chilli as well.  As the way I eat it, I will put in all the chilli in the soup and finish it!!

This Bintawa Kueh Chap is located at Jalan Keranji, near Tabuan Jaya.  It was originally located at Bintawa, (as described by the name)  The place would normally packed with customers especially during dinner time.  You'll be lucky if you don't have to wait for your seats during the peak hours.  

The Kueh Chap here is delicious.  They have a few options as well, whether you like your pork soup with the kueh, or with rice.  Kolo Mee is also available.  And they have wanton as well.  Unlike the common wanton clear soup that you can get from other kolo mee stall, the wanton here is served with their pork soup.

The Kueh Chap... available from RM 4, RM 5, RM6 (S, M, L)

The Kolo Mee here is not bad too... 

Another option: rice with the pork soup..
(you can have it dry as well) something similar to pork leg rice..

Tuesday, March 13, 2012

Rojak Muhammad Kucei

The name of Rojak Kucei is extremely common in Kuching when talking about eating the Indian Rojak.  We used to go to eat this delicious Indian Rojak at their stall at the Batu Lintang Market.  They served their signature dish The Indian Rojak and their Curry Mee.  Just these 2 dishes already made the crowd came storming in their stall.  Sometimes you even have to wait for your seats.  You can see each of their workers do certain task.  The one chopping the chicken will stand there the whole morning chopping till the order stop! While the one frying, preparing the noodle, etc etc... will do their task non stop too... As I can see, the customers starts coming in since 9am-12noon... So you can imagine just how good is their business.  Even rushing and busy with their work, the waiters still serve you with a smile.. That's the great thing!

Kucei is the name of the owner.  He was the one who used to stand there chopping the meat for the dishes, but now, his eldest son had taken over the task.  As their business grows, his younger son opens another outlet at King Centre, and more variety of the Rojak itself is available.  They now served Nasi Beryani as well.  From Chicken to Curry Lamb and Curry Fish.. Their Fish Curry is definitely Yummy!  Especially the Stingray Curry, but it's not available everyday... So you gotta depends on your luck.  

Their famous Rojak, with fried chicken, the tofu, mix vege fritters, bean sprouts, cucumber, and the gravy... Slurp!!

The curry noodle (using yellow noodles and served with the rojak ingredients and the curry gravy)

The Nasi Beryani with Fried Chicken... served with rojak as the side dish, and we ordered the extra Curry Lamb Shank.

The curry Lamb.. we definitely will order this everytime we go... unless it's not available. :p

This is the stingray curry... very delicious.. i like their fish curry gravy.. yum yum... It's not easy if u wanna eat this... You only get to eat this when they bought nice sting ray :)

The Mackerel Curry...

My conclusion, all of the above are yummylicious!!! Si beh ho jiak ar... Go try for yourself!!