Thursday, January 2, 2014

Sarawak Noodle

Came across this Sarawak Noodle stall in a coffee shop in Jurong West and thought of trying it out, so order a bowl of Kolo Mee to try it out.


This is the stall


Kolo Mee at S$3.50, in which i heard from the lady selling it mention that the Kolo Mee is from Sarawak. 


Soy Sauce with green chilli

22 comments:

  1. good morning sharon and happy new year to you!!

    wow, sarawak noodles!! i thought you have been to sarawak for holidays..

    errr, i am sure STP will have a lot to comment about this, haha!! luckily you didn't have kampua noodles :p

    good morning everyone and happy new year!!

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  2. Good morning Sharon

    The weather is sunny today

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  3. The Kolo Mee is STP's breakfast, lunch and dinner. Need to ask him whether they tasted good in Jurong. He knows best.

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  4. Good morning, Sharon! wow, that looks yummy! Have a wonderful day!

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  5. That's kolo mee... Kuching kolo mee, not the same as Sibu kampua mee.

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  6. At least you have try Kolok Mee eh...

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  7. Me not yet and not even Kampua Noodle leh...

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  8. Does look like Sarawak kolok mee but usually we dont served with fried dumplings (kiaw). Steamed dumplings to be precise. The Hokkien called it "kiaw".

    Yeah, the kolok mee in Kuching also sell for RM3.50 and the cheapest I even try is RM2.20

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  9. I love Kolok mee, can I have some? Happy new Year Sharon.

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  10. I am from sarawak. I love kolok mee! Happy new year.

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  11. 我喜欢吃kolo mee!如果有机会去Sarawak吃的话,就更棒了!:D

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  12. I remember I ate quite a lot kolo mee at Sarawak, just can't stop eating!!! =]

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  13. Hello Sharon, So how do you like the taste of the Kolo mee?

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  14. Kolo Mee!! Yummm..now I feel like having another round of breakfast.

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  15. SK

    Good morning... Happy New Year...

    hehe... Walk pass and saw the noodles, hehe....

    haha... No Kampua noodles here, lol...


    Twilight Man

    Good morning... Hot weather here also, hehe...

    You too have a good day... :)


    Wenn

    You too have a wonderful day... :)


    Suituapui

    Icic...


    Angeline

    Good morning... Now that i tried Kolo Mee, just curious what's the difference between Kolo Mee and Kampua...


    Rose

    The kiaw that i saw before in STP blog looks very tempting...


    Sonia

    Happy New Year 2014..

    Pls help yourself... :)


    H@rry

    Happy New Year 2014... :)


    Vincent

    Ya, hehe...


    小影

    Icic... hehe...


    Mun

    Good morning...

    Not bad...


    Yee Ling

    Good morning...

    Maybe one of the day i will go try the laksa, hehe....

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  16. I have never tried this out, hope can plan a trip to Sarawak and taste the local food there:)

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  17. $3.50 is like RM10 here for a bowl of noodles.. so come over to Malaysia and you will eat double with that kind of money..hahaha...

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  18. Grace

    Do try it out if you are in Sarawak ya... :)


    Claire

    hahaha... Like what STP likes to said dirt cheap... hahaha....

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  19. Hi, the kolo mee I tried before is really from Sarawak one, my friend go back hometown then tabao for me,
    by freight.hahaha.

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  20. 小雪

    Thanks for visiting my blog...

    Icic...

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