Friday, November 21, 2008

Craving for roti canai

Lately I have been craving for spicy food. I know that it is not good for my health but a little indulgence once a while would not be too much, right? It is hard to find good Indian and mamak food in Kuching, and if they are available, the prices are high rocket. I guess they are considered specialty dishes here in Kuching. If you ever dream of a nice Indian rojak and curry mee, do try the Kucei Rojak at Batu Lintang Hawker centre.

Like I mentioned early, not many choices of Indian or mamak food around. Even the existing ones imposed expensive prices on their food and drinks. But when one’s crave builds in, even high prices cannot stop one from satisfying the craving and stomach.

Ammah, opposite Unimas in jalan Tun Ahmada Zaidi Adruce is one of the good mamak place when you can enjoy a nice glass of teh tarik and roti canai alike. Been a “heavy tea drinker”, hubby usually needs minimum of 2 glasses of iced tea to quench his thirst. In today breakfast, he ordered his usual iced tea (1 glass) and teh tarik (1 glass). And hubby looked at me one kind when my order came with question “Are you sure you can finish your plate?” LOL!

Both of us ordered 2 roti telur each, but never mind. It needs patience to eat at Ammah as their orders are pretty slow. It took us more than 30 minutes for our roti telur. RM14.50 for our breakfast. Now that is a great price and food to consider


JenJen's Place said...

yum yum! Haven't eat any roti telur in awhile although there are plenty of mamak here...hhhm, the pic is tempting me to tell babe no need to cook tonite, eat out! HAHA

pearly said...

gosh ! you make me so hungry la I love roti ! I remember the day I leaving KL back to UK my best friend and her hubby took me to the India for roti breakfast it at 5am in the morning . I tell you that was the best thing of my day !
wooow price of food does gone up sky up in Malaysia ! I don't believe it :(

Zooropa said...

I love spicy food but I eat it moderately but sometimes I just can't resist to have a bowl of curry noodle esp during the rainy nights!


Nick Phillips (15/03/1967 - 04/11/2022) said...

Ok, now I have cravings for roti canai pulak! LOL!

Constance Chan said...

i miss roti canais. although in sg we have prata and they are the same but i miss roti canai authentic from Malaysia. if i'm having canai, means i'm eating them in a happy environment during my holidays!

Unknown said...

I hope you don't mind as I drop by just to share my view on Indian food in Kuching.My favourite R.Canai,curry and Nasi Beryani is at Bukahri Cafe at Satok.Well, its non aircond cafe & the price is reasonable.They still use charcoal for cooking.