Hawker Food @ Sungai Nibong


Ahh.. finally an update lol. This time I will post up the food we had for dinner after the team building event in Gua Tempurung, Perak. The place we went to is located in Sungai Nibong, along the way to USM/N-Park. If you are coming from Butterworth, take head to the big roundabout near Krystal Point and take the 1 o’clock exit. Continue about 150m down the road and you will see a Shell on your left. The foodcourt is just behind the petrol station.

I used to come here a few years ago when my sister was still studying in USM. We would have our dinner here every Sunday night before dropping off my sister in the campus. The variety of food to choose from is vast, ranging from at least 15-20 stalls. The foodcourt usually starts to get crowded after 6pm, with most of the customers USM students and Bayan Lepas workers.

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My choice that night, Char Koay Kak. It tasted a bit bland and didn’t have much ingredients. I can recommend a nice stall in Taman Sri Rambai’s night hawker fare that sells really good Char Koay Kak, with prawns. Since I have had better.. Rating: OK.

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How can a plate of Char Koay Kak alone satisfy me? :P So I ordered satay for everyone. Rating: OK.

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Siang Leng had Hokkien Char, which is also known as Fuk Kin Mien in Kuala Lumpur. Our Fuk Kin Mien here referes to their Prawn Mee though lol. Rating: Good.

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The Claypot Chicken Rice. If the rice was cooked more evenly (a lot of white rice were seen) and had Chinese sausages, it’d definitely be nicer. Rating: OK.

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Laksa. According to my friend, it’s nice. I didn’t taste it but I believe him la. Rating: Good.

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Jiu Hu Eng Cai is a dish of sliced cuttlefish and kangkung topped with rojak sauce and peanuts. It has been ages since I had this, liked it a lot. Rating: Good.

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Loh Bak, which is a variety of fried pork rolls, sausages and century eggs to be eaten with special gluey sauce as well as chilli sauce. Rating: Good.

There are more food we had. But because everyone was hungry, I didn’t want to kacau them by taking photos of their food lol. Also recommened are pancake, curry mee and Sabah pan mee.

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