I used to go to the Kenyalang Park wet market to buy my ingredients and vegetables with my mum. A once-a-week date with her.
Then I started to help my dad last year and I seldom find my mum out for market and breakfast. I ended up going to Sungai Maong wet market to get my stuff. Since then, I have been going there and get familiar with few of the vendors.
On Labour's Day, I asked my other half to accompany me. As driver and extra hand. Lol. I need to buy a lot to fill up my freezer since I need to replenish the meat. So after getting all the necessary meats, hubby suggested for a breakfast at this coffee shop which was next to the market.
Since we had never try this place out before, I guess it was a good idea to do so that morning.
Sungai Maong Cafe, properly named. I saw only 4 stalls operating, such as the yue tiaw, kolo mee and kampua, laksa and fried kway tiaw stalls. It wasn't that packed that morning.
I settled for Sarawak laksa as it has been a while since I had it. Luckily it was a good choice. The laksa turned out nice.
RM5 for this normal serving. Just nice for me. And I also bought some yue tiaw home, so I got to take one piece to go with my laksa.
Hubby went for the kampua. Sorry, no photo taken but he commented the kampua was good. As authentic as those in Sibu.
We also shared this big plate of fried taugeh kway teow. So big that we could not finish it. RM5 for this lovely fried kway teow.
As for the kids who stayed at home, we bought them breakfast. Kolo mee and fried kway tiaw, which ever they desired.
I would not mind buying breakfast hone from here whenever I come to buy my stuff at the market. Just a stone throw away from the market. And the food tasted decent too.