They say you must not fail to try Kueh Chap if you are visiting Kuching. This is one of the three famous dishes you must try out in Kuching after the Kolo Mee and Sarawak Laksa.
A bowl of Kueh Chap (non-halal) normally contains herbal broth, pork meat, pork belly, pork intestines, toupok (fried tofu skin), boiled egg, youtiao (chinese cruller) and is normally served with rice flakes or a bowl of rice. If the ingredients sounds familiar to you, yes, this is quite similar to the other famous dish in Malaysia, Bak Kut Teh except the herbal broth used is different.
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If food is your thing, you cannot miss this, one of the annual MEGA Karnival events held in the city of Kuching, the state capital of Sarawak which, normally held annually in the month of July or August lasting for a month.
A brief introduction about this event. This event is called Kuching Food Festival (KFF), organized by Kuching South City Council (MBKS). The event is part of a bigger event known as the Kuching Festival organised with the primary aim to celebrate the upgrading of Kuching to city status as well as to boost the local tourism and food industry.
This event is the only opportunity for you to meet food vendors from all over the city concentrating here in this particular event, selling their products and displaying their food creativity to the public.
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Celebrating one of our brother’s birthday the other day, we went to Chef Tan’s cafe for our dinner and celebration. This cafe was located at The Peak Vista (map below).
As the name suggests, this cafe was opened by a person called Mr Tan. HAHA! “Duh…..” Some writing on the wall was telling the story of Chef Tan, whom was a very passionate person in culinary. Retiring after serving 25 years as as Executive Chef at Shangri-La Tanjung Aru Resort, Kota Kinabalu, a quite reputable 5 stars hotel in the city, he decided to open his own cafe in July 2013.
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