Mention Sarawak and we’ll be reminiscing all the good food we had back in Miri.
We would rarely venture out our own territory for the hidden good food even when they are just so near us. Don’t you agree? Well, maybe not all of you, but definitely us. *shy*
We’ve not tried the famous Sarawak Laksa stall in Bangsar, obviously Aunt Christina’s, although there has been so much rave and enthusiasm going about that made us really wanna go. Too bad, we didn’t. YET. *shy again*
This time, we decided to loiter around our area for food seriously and plan to blog about it.
This could match the the one we had back in Miri although I’ve heard that Kuching’s version was way better. And the uncle selling this Laksa is from Kuching. Claimed that it was his hometown recipe, it was worth trying. I love its taste of sour tamarind, garlic, galangal and lemon grass. With its base of sambal belacan and coconut milk too, this huge portion topped with omelette strips, chicken strips, prawns, fresh coriander and lime.
Next catch would be at Aunt Christina’s Sarawak Laksa. Hope we have time to hop over 🙂
Oh. And I love their Kolo Mee too. Though their noodles are no match to the real stuff, it still has the right taste! The uncle mentioned that it’s just too expensive to ship over the noodles all the way from Kuching. Too bad 🙁
Restoran Tar Chong
(Shop lots opposite Jusco – please refer to map)
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17 Replies to “Sarawak Laksa @ Restoran Tar Chong, Equine Park”
dear, ur area got lots of food d wer. eh, next time try out the one at puchong wan??? heard it is the best n authentic wor
I didn't have any kolo mee or Sarawak Laksa when my last visit to Sarawak, too bad huh… 🙁
the word Taman Equine is the deterrent.. not Sarawak Laksa 😛
too far from PJ.. but I am dying to hit Seri Kembangan for the Hakka food.. as I'm a Hakka myself.. sigh!!
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nice drooling…haven't try laksa with shrimps….
But what I heard is that, the food of that stall is not that nice wor. Maybe am from Kuching, so I know what is the authentic Sarawak Laksa like.
Sarawak de laksa at my place, the prawn is skinless de. and so small. This one is big.. yum yum~~ O.O
yea.. i wanna try the one in Puchong too! they are famous for Kolo Mee. Let's go! next week? 🙂
yea… it's so good to have it in Sarawak. Very different from here. Especially the noodle texture 🙂
oh. You're Hakka! my mom's a Hakka! hehe… SK got lots of good food! come over! 🙂
Sarawak Laksa has lotsa shrimps. Yum 😉
we find them quite decent actually. But compared to the real stuff in Sarawak, it's definitely no match esp the Kolo Mee. But this is one of the closest tatse we could find. I've heard so much about Kuching's Sarawak Laksa! but the last time we went to Miri. So didn't have to chance to get the taste of it ;P
Have you tried Aunt Christina's one in Bangsar? Heard thay are very good too. ^^
haha.. that one definitely not authentic then. lol. Thanks for dropping by!
wah quite far from my place, and I scare will get lost there lol. Auntie Christina one really not bad.
Me no good going there. Sure get lost 1.
looks good to me!
Slurps! Wanna be my tour guide? =P
oo ya…tis one not bad..
from Nikel Khor
Yup, there are some awesome ones in Kuching. I don't know why though but I'm not a big fan of Sarawak Laksa, much prefer Assam Laksa. 🙂
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Very energetic post, I liked that bit. Will there be a part 2?|
FYI, Sarawak laksa paste is now available in KL. Check out http://www.facebook.com/LaksaPasteSarawak
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