Sarawak Laksa @ Woon Lam Cafe 1999 云南园, Kuching

Chong Choon cafe could very well be the most crowded place for Sarawak Laksa because it is strategically located in the town centre. Even though the shop is quite large with plenty of seats, it is still a challenge to find a table here. The situation is worse during weekends and public holidays when outstation folks also flock to Kuching. …

Sarawak Kolok Mee & Laksa @ New 2020 Restaurant, Pandan Indah

Although rare, authentic Kolo Mee could still be found in KL if you know where to look for it. But just to be clear my definition of authentic is that the noodles should look and taste exactly like the ones I had in Kuching. I have had my fair share of ‘Sarawak Handmade Noodle’ at various food courts in KL …

Sarawak Laksa

Sarawak Laksa and Kolo Mee are definitely the first foods that come into mind when one mentions Kuching, Sarawak. I’ve seen and read so much about Sarawak Laksa in Kenny Sia and sixthseal‘s blogs that I was dying to know how they taste like. No other food managed to make me feel that way, so I have to thank them …