Saturday, September 29, 2007

Sarawak Kolo Mee & Laksa @ Blk 130, Jurong East

On Friday, a colleague said let's go for more authentic style Sarawak Kolo Mee. He says must be one cooked by someone who originates from Kuching and you can order in the Kuching lingo and they understand you. (haha.. he was hitting at this famous chain, where you try to order in the Kuching lingo, and they stare at you blankly).

Colleague has eaten quite a few times and as he and store owners are fellow Sarawakians, they bond well. haha.. I kinda like the texture of the noodles. Colleague said the noodles are imported from JB where there's a factory that produces the noodles up to the Sarawakian specification. (haiyo!)



Another colleague who prefers Sarawak Laksa ordered this.



It's the way most Kolo mee taste in Kuching, and not localised to local taste buds kind. If you like it authentic style, try this. If you like it localised with Abalone, go to the localized taste stall. haha...

This was recommended by a Sarawakian.
Blk 130, Jurong East. (just beside CPF, it's a small little stall in the kopitiam).



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16 comments:

Momo said...

wow! did know got such thing as Sarawak Laksa. Must go there try, nearer than going Kuching lah :P

team bsg said...

vibrant colors alright ! hope they taste as good ( in KL hard to find good ones and few even know it exists ) sorry E Malaysia

Keropok Man said...

team bsg,

must go to Kuching! jom pergi makan!

tigerfish said...

Special kind of noodles? Cannot use wonton noodles' noodles meh? :P

Keropok Man said...

tigerfish,

can, but pple that would make it the ordinary noodles at any other stalls lor... :-)

Shilpa said...

keropok, you sure you didn't bump into ieatishootipost when eating this? such a coincidence, i saw this on one of his latest posts! but i don't think he went to the same place as you did! :)

Anonymous said...

laksa sarawak dan mee kolok memang sedap. mesti cuba

Keropok Man said...

anonymous

memang sedap!

Priscilla said...

Hi.. I stumbled upon ur blog looking 4 a laksa pic. Do u mind if i borrow it for my blog? I'm quite new at this so I dunno if we can get into trouble for copyright or stuff like that. U can come see my blog. Not usually about food. If u don like I can delete it. I was jus lazy to go order one.. then have to eat it! Already ate on Friday n Sunday (didn't take photo) n supposed to be on diet!!

Keropok Man said...

Priscilla,

Sure! Just say you got it from here :-)

Di said...

Hi. Came across your blog when i was doing a google search for kolo mee in sg. Got the craving! Is the stall still there? Do you know? And does it open all day? Love your blog btw, made my mouth water as i browsed through it. :) Thanks!

Keropok Man said...

Hi Din

I am not sure if it's still there. It's been a few years!

Ying Xin said...

Hi! My husband and I always go there whenever we have a craving for sarawak kolo mee. P.S. My husbamd is from sarawak. We went there today in hope of eating the kolo mee tpday. But the stall has been replaced with a stall selling thai food instead. What a letdown!

I wonder where has the stall moved to. =(.

Keropok Man said...

Ying Xin,

So sorry that you made a futile trip. Not sure where it has moved too though.

Food places move around so fast in Singapore!

Anonymous said...

KUCHING DRIED KOLO NOODLE IS AVAILABLE IN SINGAPORE NOW!!

Anonymous said...

I grabbed a few pkts home from one of the vegetarian shop at Jurong West, and tasted the noodle texture, nice! taste exactly the same as the fresh kolo mee!

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