Tuesday, May 26, 2015

Sarawak Laksa & Bian Rou


The other time, i tried the Kampua Mi at this stall, U Mi Chiak at Taman Jurong, this round, i was there to try the Sarawak Laksa.

Manage to chat with the lady for a while, she's from Sarawak, the stall is run by her hubby and her. She mention, the Kampua Mi, she ordered from a factory making mee by giving them the recipe on how she wanted the Mi to be.  I told her, i thought the mi, she ordered from Sarawak, in which she reply, if she ordered from there, the bowl of Kampua Mi, she's selling now, has to be higher than $3.50 cos of the air freight


A bowl of Sarawak Laksa cost $4


The bowl of Sarawak Laksa has beehoon, 2 prawns, shredded egg, shredded chicken.  The soup is just nice, not too thick and not diluted.


Chilli Sauce for the Sarawak Laksa


Bian Rou at $3 (14 pc)


Soup for the Bian Rou

U Mi Chiak
Taman Jurong Market & Food Centre
3 Yung Sheng Road, #03-168
Singapore 618499
Tel : +65 9473 2535

39 comments:

  1. Ahhhh!!!! Bian rou or what we call pian sip. Looks good. The laksa...ummm...ok lah! And don't convert. LOL!!!

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    1. But Sarawak laksa, no chili sauce lah!!! Fail lor, like that. Must go with sambal belacan one. Bluff Singapore people, that one!

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    2. Now that i tried the bian rou here, i must go Sibu try pian sip, kekeke...

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    3. See when Claire and Kucing family going, more people going, merrier...

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  2. Both the laksa and bian rou look good, I can finish all, no problem.. I bet you finished all the soup in the laksa too..

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    1. I dare not finished up all the soup in the laksa, if not, i have to do extra exercise liao, keke...

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  3. oh she gives the factory her own recipe and get them to make the noodles for her!! wow, this is interesting..

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    1. Lucky manage to talk to her for a while, and get to know about it...

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  4. the laksa looks good.. the bian rou looks like wantan..

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    1. The laksa, not bad...

      Ya, looks like wantan, hehe...

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  5. Bian Rou?? What's it call in mandarin ya?

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  6. never taste Sarawak laksa before ^^

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    1. Over here, not many places sell Sarawak laksa...

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  7. yum yum...bian rou...J would love to slurp the skin

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    1. Same, same, i also loves to slurp the skin, keke...

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  8. Good morning Sharon,
    How does Bian rou taste? is it same as wanton?

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  9. Looks good! I am amazed by the serving portion for that price though

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  10. Looks good. Feel so hungry now!

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  11. awwww...look at the big prawns! I want to try it when i am in Jurong!

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    1. Do give it a try when you are in Jurong area...

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  12. Looks very nice and spicy, Sharon...

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  13. 老实说,我还真的没有吃过Sarawak laksa呢!

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    1. I hardly had it, as not many places here sells Sarawak laksa...

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  14. I have not tasted Sarawak laksa before but from your photo it looks yummy and mouth-watering! Bian rou looks like wanton to me.

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    1. I like the Sarawak laksa from this stall, ya, looks like wanton...

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  15. The sarawak laksa is very nice looking with huge prawns. So cheap lah. I like.

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