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Sarawak Noodles Kuching Style In Johor

MY PREVIOUS VISIT TO JOHOR WAS FOUR MONTHS AGO... and now four months later, my girl and I discovered a new place while driving around our residential area.  In fact there are a few new shops opened, I mean eatery shops, those attract us more than any other.  One in particular caught our eye as we were driving through the road, it is called Kuching Style Enterprise, not restaurant nor coffeeshop but enterprise.  hmmmm... 

Anyway, the posters on the big sign board was "alluring" and we quickly parked our car and went in. Menu was given and there were quite a selection.... All look tempting to me though, choices are aplenty and finally, I ended up taking the below....
Sarawak Laksa using Kolo mee...RM8.50...
Came with these... for more spicy feel... 
My girl opted for Kampua Noodles... and she managed to finish it all... 
And it came with this bowl of soup... RM8
Mani Chai with egg was not left out... RM8.50
I like this dish!
These were taken a few days ago and yesterday we went there again... 
This time we tried others... 
This round, I ordered Kampua with Char Siew.. RM6.50
Came with 2 small fish balls in a soupy bowl...
My girl's Red Sauce Kolo Mee  RM6.50 
She likes this too.. 
Yes, Mani Chai again with egg... RM6.50
And ordered extra called Combo Snack... RM8.50
Yes, that was for our breakfast cum lunch... 
A very heavy meal indeed...
Ok, after this, no more Kampua, Kolo for the rest of the week!
LOL....

Comments

  1. This food looks a little bit different from the usual you eat. It is all very yummy looking. Especially your girl's noodles.

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  2. Oooh. Sarawak specialties in Johor. Nice but I think they are overly priced.

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  3. Yes, I agree with Rose. RM6.50 is mighty expensive!!!

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  4. I agree the price is steep. I doubt whether the mee seller is from Kuching.

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    1. Most of the food in Johor is around that price ... each meal is around 10rm plus drinks :(

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  5. til now I stil couldn't differentiate kampua and kolo...

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  6. i like the mani chai dish! yums!

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  7. My colleague from Sibu gave me some dried kolo mee that I have yet to cook.

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  8. I love the sambal with the lime! Maybe I can try cooking the mani chai with egg dish.

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  9. The Kampua with Char Siew looks delicious, I want to try it one of these days. The noodles look Q Q and springy

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    1. Not too bad .. I just tried it since they have over here..

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  10. The 4 months ago was just like last week when you visited there. Time flies so fast nowadays.

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    1. Yeah, I wish time can slow down.. too fast for us to catch up.. hahaa

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  11. You finally tried kampua mee!

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