After our alluring shellout lunch in D'White Station, we went to the fisherman centre to check on their daily catches. We bought 2 white pomfrets, half kg of tiger prawns and 2 mangoes home.
On the way home, we stopped by this roadside stall centre for its Serapi virgin coconut shake. We saw many people queued up on our previous visit so we were also curious to check the stall out.
Well maintained and clean row of stalls. Not all stalls were opened during the mid-day.
A little corner with simple decoration and set up. Anyone is welcome to take photos or selfies there.
Back to my drink, I ordered 1 original coconut shake and one with gula apong from a young Malay girl from this stall. They also sell other drink shake, packed food and snacks.
My verdict on the coconut shake?? I could tasted the blended coconut flesh in the shake. The original flavour was refreshing. Not too sweet. The one with gula apong was sweet to my liking. Guess what?? I mixed with some water and turn the drink into popsicles when got home!! Lol.
White coconut shake (left) and Coconut shake with gula apong, RM5 each
A photo with the coconut shakes in front of the stall before we headed home. Our short trip to Telaga Air was fun. Mostly because of discovering new place, food and drink. There are still many places in Kuching or Sarawak in general that I have yet been to.
Happy Sarawak's Day!!