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Kampua And Kolo Noodles At Kuching Style Restaurant, Johor

SECOND MORNING....  This morning I did not wake up as early as the previous day.  I need all the rest I could get on this Saturday morning.  My son took us to a nice breakfast shop called Kuching Style Restaurant at Nusa Bestari.  I told him that I felt like eating Kolo mee since it is not available in Ipoh as yet.  I have been to this shop once and I like the way they do the noodles.... 

When I browsed through the menu, I was surprised that they serve Kampua noodles too!  Hey, I would love to try that since it has been so many umpteen years since I last went to Sibu to have Kampua noodles!  I wonder whether it is the same type of texture or noodles... I hope they are!
The menu which is hung up on the wall.... 
I did not order any of those.... 
They are available in Ipoh... 
I ordered this instead....
Kampua Noodles.. with Char Siew and lard...!!
Oh, forgot the price... around RM6?
Taste?
Well, I finished the whole bow of noodles!
No sharing this time... LOL.... 
Too bad they don't have "Piansip!"
My friend ordered Kolo Mee.... 
I like this type of curly noodles too....

A complete breakfast on our Saturday morning!
I know the bill came to around RM35 for 4 bowls of noodles and 3 drinks...

Comments

  1. The kampua noodles look like the handmade ones here. Hmmm...I bet you thought of me that morning, right? LOL!!!

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  2. Must be good since you finished the whole bowl and refused to share. LOL!

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  3. Hope someone will bring these noodles to Ipoh soon.

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  4. Does the kampua noodles taste the same as the ones you ate in sibu?

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    1. Actually I cannot remember, Mun! hahaha.. so long ago...

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  5. I wonder if it tasted the same like the original one in Kuching. :D

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  6. looks good! I still confused between kampua noodles and kolo mee!

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  7. Hey! There is Kolo Mee in Ipoh but I don't remember the place.

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  8. So you chose kampua noodles over kolo mee. Both look good. I had tasted sg version of kolo mee but not kampua noodles.

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