Came here on recommendations. Was very cheap and easy right on carpenter street. Limited tables ran by a family. Ask for the ice coffee.
This is one of the places where we'd go to for authentic old-school kolo mee. There are also other one-dish meals providing variety and alternative to just kolo-mee which is good for a larger group where not everyone may necessarily want the same thing. Refreshing drinks such as cucumber and kedondong juice are available.
I was looking forward to trying the famed kolo-mee but was disappointed with the taste. The noodles were tasty and came in a huge amount, but the soup was bland even though it had salted vegetables. Also tried the tomato crispy noodles at the recommendation of the owner but was not accustomed to the taste. Many people ordered the fried... More
The kolo mee there was excellent but the person who is preparing the kolo mee was rude. If his attitude continue, he will not go far. Everyone else in the shop are very friendly except him. What a pity....
At the recommendation of an Iban-Native Kuching resident who said this was the best kolo mee noodle stall, we tried it and subsequently returned at least twice more in less than a week! The noodles are flash cooked and served along side a bowl of piping hot broth with bean sprouts. You can order it simply with BBQ pork and... More
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