Here’s the exciting part. If you’re a live-to-eat person, Kuching will not disappoint. Ditch Ronald or Sanders and head to this shop called “Ta Wan Kung Noodle Shop 大碗公面店 (
HALAL). Famous for its Kolok Noodles or rather known as Kolo Mee, this shop sets a benchmark for all Kolo Mee out there.
Where: Lot 285, Jalan Datuk Wee Kheng Chiang, 93450 Kuching, Sarawak, Malaysia (Padungan Area)
Do check out this place in the morning (Closed by 1300hrs). Closes on Mondays too!
“Top your noodles with fried chicken”
“…or the classic way. Char Siew”!
Now assuming that you were unable to visit the Ta Wan Kung Noodle Shop, Not too far away is a popular eatery where locals flock to have breakfast (Closes by noon!). Famous for its Special Teh-C (Tea with evaporated milk mixed with some sort of magic), the Sarawak Laksa (curry noodles) gives you a reason to be up ridiculously early.
Where: Green Heights Commercial Centre, Jalan Lapangan Terbang, 93250 Kuching, Sarawak, Malaysia (Behind Greenheight Shopping Centre)
“NEED. ONE. NOW.”
“This could be your new addiction.”
The noodles were great, tongue fried from the unusually spicy chilli and had 2 of those magical milk tea, your stomach could hardly take it but nobody should ever run the risk of getting emotionally unstable for skipping tea.
Earthlings Coffee is popular among coffeeshop goers and coffee enthusiasts and is definitely a splendid place to hangout for a cuppa.
Earthlings Coffee HQ
Lot 188, Jalan Wan Alwi, Lorong 5. Kuching
P.S. Closed on Tuesdays!
“The difference between coffee and you is that I would choose coffee.”
You may have also heard of the ‘Open Air Hawker Centre’. It just simply means an eatery without A/C like the one located right in front of Electra House.
Where: Jln. Khoo Hun Yeang, Kuching (In front of The Electra House)
“Fuss-free, authentic Kuching hawker fare.”
This is what they call Kampua Noodles. Similar to the Kolo Noodles, but we can’t exactly point out the difference. So do try it out and let us know!
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