It has become our favourite breakfast spot on weekends. Most of the food we had was good like this and this but no all, like this Sarawak laksa for instance. And we did came here for supper one evening as well.
Last Sunday, we came here again for our breakfast. Hubby and I were both craving for its fried noodle, so we did have second thought on what to eat when we were there.
However that morning we ordered different variety. Usually we just asked for prawns but that day, we requested fresh cockles.
RM6.00 fried kway tiaw
Now, that is my kind of breakfast. Fried kway tiaw to perfection with fresh cockles and topped with sunny-side up. Perfect with my big glass of teh-C.
After a week in Kapit, we got our fried kway tiaw dose here the next morning. It has never failed to impress us and our tummies. *wink wink*