Tuesday, August 23, 2016

Miscellaneous Picture #58 : A food post

Random photos of food

Steamed fish is very healthy; and I cook this a lot

So many kuihs to choose from 171 Home Café

Some more Kuching goodies from 171 Home Café

My favourite dessert, lek tau suan with yue tiaw

Delicious 2-in-1 Indian curry mee with Indian rojak from Ice Buddy Café (RM6.00)
  

Since change of ownership in May, the much improved seafood noodle from Kenyalang's Noodle Expert (RM5.50)


12 comments:

Small Kucing said...

Yummy steam fish.kinda hard to get really fresh fish here.

suituapui said...

Nyonya chang? Nice or not? I like how they are tied with strings instead of the dried grass, not nylon. Oooooo...lek tau suan!!! I wanted to eat that when I went to Kuching that day, did not get the chance. I love that, eat with the yeu cha koi! Sobsssss!!!! Kolo mee looks good, Indian rojak and your steamed fish, all nice!!!

Yee Ling said...

I love steamed fish but my kids prefer fried version. So hard to cook..hahha...so I have to go for more votes.

Phong Hong said...

I like the steamed fish!

Hayley said...

I agree, steamed fish is indeed very healthy and easy to prepare!

Nancy Chan said...

I love steamed fish. Simple and easy to cook and so healthy too!

Shirley Tay said...

Well, my pick goes to the last noodle! Yum yum! xoxo

ChrisAu said...

Yummy food post! Love the last pic, seafood noodles! Seems got pork meat there is it? Or I see wrongly!

Rose World said...

Yes. Not toyally seafood. It is bacon strip. Usually outside they serve pork slices.

Sharon D said...

I love steam fish too. I'm with Small Kucing - fresh fish is hard to find here -_-

mun said...

I like to eat all the food featured here, especially the steamed fish.

Somewhere in Singapore said...

I prefer steamed to fried as more healthy...