Skip to main content

The Making Of Sibu Kompia

After our Saturday Night Fever and Karaoke, by the time we reached our hotel room, we were truly exhausted.  It was almost midnight when I hit the pillow... the room was very comfortable, two big queen size beds for the three of us....

The next morning, our "tour guide" was at our hotel lobby at around 7.40am already! (supposed to be at 8am, right, Arthur?) Thank goodness I was almost ready then otherwise I would be left behind... lol..

Our first stop... to the famous and fresh Kompia biscuits in Sibu...
Seng Wan Bakery... 
first... our tour guide introduced us...
he is pretty familiar with the "lau pan" there...
our famous photographer ....
and then the clicking began....
posing for us too... such a nice guy..
then we stood by to watch them do the "job"
charcoal cooked... don't play play... 
no baking, no oil... just sticking them to the claypot 
(or whatever it is called)
now it is my turn to be filmed... hehehee....
the Hot and Fresh Kompia-s....
there are sweet and the salted ones..
As usual, I prefer anything that is sweet... hmm....
Thanks for taking us here, Arthur.. interesting!


Comments

  1. Wow...how nice...fresh from the charcoal oven ' something like the tandoori ' must be tasty and delicious...slurp !

    ReplyDelete
  2. Yes, agreed with you. THis is indeed very interesting to be able to witness the process of making kompia.

    ReplyDelete
  3. elin: next time we go sitiawan and try those kompia there..


    heyley: interesting too..


    yeeling: interesting to see u all too!

    ReplyDelete
  4. I wish I could taste one! I have never seen them cooked on the sides of the pot like this...

    ReplyDelete
  5. yup...very interesting seeing that

    ReplyDelete
  6. Quite difficult to make this kompia right?

    ReplyDelete
  7. Who was it who told me that day Sitiawan kompia not the same one? Throw against cement wall, the wall also crack one? LOL!!!

    ReplyDelete
  8. truly interesting. the way they stick it with the charcoal. I will go for sweet too! lol XD

    Latest: My E-Stars Seoul Korea Tournament Experience

    ReplyDelete
  9. looks delicious!

    ReplyDelete
  10. ginny: this is something very authentic.. nowadays not many do this anymore..


    kathy: an eye opener.. :)


    foongpc: for me, sure is!


    stp: memang not same one... ok, one day i will go sitiawan to take a few pictures of kompia.. :)


    isaac: u also sweet tooth!


    gigi: something different.. chinese bagel, so it is called..

    ReplyDelete
  11. This was taken in Rejang Park. Not far away from my home. Already miss my home already by looking at these familiar photos

    ReplyDelete
  12. I would enjoy walking with YOU!



    Aloha from Waikiki
    Comfort Spiral

    >< } } ( ° >

    ReplyDelete
  13. I have been to this shop too! I like their pork fillings kompia.. It was highly recommended by my sibu dorm mates during national service :)

    ReplyDelete
  14. wenn: yes..indeed..


    bf: I think so.. ahaha..


    cloudia: thanks!!



    wyyv: hey, must be interesting for you too!

    ReplyDelete
  15. Interesting to witness the making of kompia and boy!!!...look at the freshly baked kompia.

    ReplyDelete
  16. So, how many packet you brought back to Ipoh?

    ReplyDelete
  17. irene: Ipoh here no kompia..


    yan: actually i didnt buy as many as the others.. i consumed them there and then.. :)

    ReplyDelete
  18. Sarawak with their kompia, Perak with your beh-teh-soh. Both are yummy! :)
    +Ant+

    ReplyDelete
  19. Wow...so good that you can have the opportunity to look at the baking process first hand. :)

    ReplyDelete
  20. gratitude: different states, different speciality! :)


    christopher: yeah, good experience too!

    ReplyDelete
  21. may i knw the full address of seng wan bakery...i ned to do my form 3 project...thx for help ^^

    ReplyDelete
  22. may i knw wat is the name of the bos???

    ReplyDelete

Post a Comment

Thank you, readers!

Popular posts from this blog

Reunion At Museum Restaurant At Starling Mall

CLASSMATES REUNION... but not from my year.  i just tagged along with my sister who wanted my company that evening.  She was going to meet up with some of her classmates at The Starling mall.  I did not want to drive there, taking Grab is a much easier and practical choice, considering it was rush hour in the evening.  Furthermore, I am not familiar with the roads... both of us might panic on the federal highway.  LOL... 
Having someone to take us there is so stress free, we only have to pay RM20 for the ride.  :)  Our first time to Startling Mall and being made familiar by one of the bloggers, Phong Hong who used to post up her lunch meals taken from there.  We were supposed to meet up at 7pm but we reached there an hour earlier to "survey" the shops and ended up buying a "bit."  Blame it on my sister who always like to give positive comments most of the time!   The dinner was held at The Museum.... Originated from Ipoh actually and how there is a branch here in …

Caring And Sharing At Limestone, Regal Lodge, Ipoh

IMPROMPTU GATHERING.... Nothing was planned beforehand, it was only at the last minute that we received call to have lunch at Limestone Cafe, inside Regal Lodge.  It was my first time there to have set lunch.  The menu prices were reasonable, around RM15.90 for the main dish, RM3 for a bowl of soup and RM2 for ice cream.  Other than that, coffee, tea and soft drinks are free.  
We were there not so much for the food but for the ambiance... we practically had the whole cafe to ourselves during that lunch hour.  Only one or two tables were occupied and we spent more than two hours there since it was a Friday long hour lunch for my working colleagues.  After a few months absence from me, it was wonderful to catch up with my ex-colleagues again!  
I was super hungry by lunch time and I felt like eating almost anything in the menu. We ended up ordering one main dish each and then sharing them with one another so that we could taste a bit of this and that..... 
I felt like eating Aglio Oli…

Famous Wanton Mee At New Hoong Kee, Bandar Sri Damansara

BREAKFAST FEAST..  Best meal of the day is always my first meal because I know I am able to tuck in as much as my stomach can accept.  I eat a lot in the mornings and then slowly dwindle by the end of the day.  As the saying goes, eat like a king in the morning and like a pauper in the evenings.  This is what I normally do nowadays, not because I wanted to, but it is my own body system that tune me this way.  Though I deny I am old but the body says otherwise... LOL...

On this morning, we went to New Hoong Kee in Bandar Sri Damansara, my sibling said this is currently his favourite place.  And after trying, I know why.... the food we ordered, all turned out good and tasty, even the curry reminded me of my good old days!
Managed to catch the name otherwise I wouldn't be able to tell this story now...  My type of curry... I can go without the chicken... Just the other ingredients will do fine for me.. I like the way they cook this curry... Heard the BBQ pork is tasty too... melt in …