Monday, December 30, 2013

My old time favourite

I started eating at this old coffee shop when I worked in my very first company. And that was more than 10 years ago. This corner coffee shop is located at Jalan Padungan next to Wisma Tun Jugah. I love its home-cooked dishes, chicken rice and kolok mee. I remember the kolok mee used to be RM2.30 but it has increased and I am not sure how much it cost now. 


 We went for lunch today as the kids and hubby wanted to eat kolok mee. The teh o peng also not bad. Hubby always ordered 2 glasses whenever we go there. So today no exception. 2 glasses of teh o peng for hubby while I had its teh c.

Look at the dishes. Business for economy rice must be good because I remember they don't have that many dishes back in 2008 and that time they displayed their dishes in plates. Prices around RM4.00 -4.50 for 2 meats + 2 veggies. 

And not forgetting thier kolok mee. I like its kolok mihun and kuew tiaw too. They even served tikus noodle (lau shu mien) which not many kolok mee sellers do. And did I mentioned this coffee shop even credit mentioned in local newspapers before? For their authentic Sarawak kolok mee. This family-operated coffee shop has been here for ages since I were small. 

For those looking for good and delicious kolok mee, this is the place.


11 comments:

reana claire said...

There is a shop in Ipoh selling dried kolo mee packets.. I must go and get a packet one of these days!! :)

Hayley said...

Looks very presentable! ;)
Btw Rose, I have received your email, shall reply you soon ok!

Somewhere in Singapore said...

looks good...

suituapui said...

Not too sure where that is, can;t see the name.

angeline ong said...

kampua noodle and mee kolok, heard many times from Kuching people leh, especially STP. I've yet to try one. Wait I have time to visit Kuching first.

Jas said...

yeah~ i still remember having lunch with you and the others here too~ ^^

mun said...

I would like to try the economy rice and kolo mee too.

wenn said...

yummy home-cooked dishes. So much variety there!

LouizYee said...

Is that minced pork on top of the soupy kolok mee? Reminds me of pork mee (chue yok fun).. I love pork mee, coz I love "spare parts", hehe... I love the chue yau char, minced pork, pork balls, pork intestine and of coz the pork liver.. Yummzzzz, I can have 3 bowls of it..

Ez Vina said...

Yummm

ChrisAu said...

The place looks special... all red. And kolo mee is a sarawak specialty ! Must be great !