This is a delayed post re Chinese New Year 2014 event which fell on 31st January 2014
It’s that time of the year again when most of the Chinese community are back to their hometown to celebrate this great event with their families. I’m no exceptional too.
Me and my wife went back to Kuching on the 29th of January 2014 via a night flight and only reached Kuching around 12am. The feeling was wonderful and with great anticipation to meet my own family since I have not met my parents and sisters for quite some times. Upon reaching the doorstep, everyone were still awake and welcoming both me and my wife.
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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