Few days ago, we had an opportunity to dine at a restaurant specializing in French and Asian food. Our initial intention was to have simple drinks but then decided to try out something at the restaurant as it was our first time there.
If you happen to be in Kuching, the state capital of Sarawak, please do not forget to try their “Kuih Lapis” which means Layered Cakes in English. Kuching is famous for this type of cakes and you can find many stalls selling these cakes along the row of a 19th century Chinese old shophouses located at Main Bazaar Street just right opposite the Kuching famous Waterfront.
Last few days, when I looked at the mirror, I felt that something was not right with my tummy. It’s bulging day by day. Was I pregnant? Or an alien was infesting inside? Or I was pregnant with an alien? I had being worrying so much until Yesterday, my wife assured me that it’s only fat.
I would like to recommend a dish that I have being trying out at this particular cafe at Kota Kinabalu. I’m a fan of “deep fried noodle” and if you have no idea what i’m talking about, presenting the “Gongnam Noodle” by Maple Cafe, TADA!
As you can see in the picture, it’s actually noodle, fried until it is crispy, soaked up with egg gravy that is slightly of sweetish taste, topped with mixed vegies, fish fillets and century eggs. I have not have this type of noodle since my last visit to Hong Kong Noodle House in Kuching of their Fried Tomato Noodle.
Maple cafe is located at Damai, Kota Kinabalu and it is exactly across Glory Church.
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