The first time we were here was back in August 2013 when we were celebrating my birthday.
We were here on Tuesday evening for a dinner as hubby was craving for umai after the Kapit trip. Lol.
Everyone was hungry so we had an early dinner around 530pm. We parked our car near the wharf and just cross the road to reach this Fisherman's Restaurant.
So while waiting for our food, we had the super delicious and crispy Mukah keropok. Went well with their special chilli vinegar dipping.
For the kids, we ordered an onion omelette.
I love its paku santan, which was one of my recommended dishes here. It was very fragrant with the coconut milk and dried shrimp.
There came our catch of the day! Umai, the Melanau delicacy of raw fishes. It was very fresh, super appetizing with mix of sour, spicy and sweet all in a bite.
We also had its grilled lamb racks. It was very good with the 2 dippings; minced garlic and mint sauce. They gave us 4 big slabs of lamb, which was tender and juicy.
This was how I ate my lamb. One part with mint sauce and another with the minced garlic.
After we were full, we went to the night market which was just across the road. Just look look, see see since I never walked there before.
And true enough, I found the roasted pigs' heads in the market. You can basically find any parts of the animal over here. Rather disgusting I know. Not a common sight in most night markets in Malaysia. I know I never see this in Kuching night market.
After a round of walk, we walked back to our car which was parked in front of the wharf. And we got to see the "tongkang" (boats) docked there.