Subscribe to: But from what you described, I think that tauhu sumbat is pretty decent. It's okay, Small Kuching. You'll notice that Gelato Fruity is on your left. Stepping into the building again, I was more familiar with the location of the stall; it was hidden at a corner and may be tough for a first-timer to locate as there isn't a visible landmark like a large signage.
The tables and chairs in front of it were like garden tables outside the entrance. If you don't see your comments, please inform me about it.
Small Kucing Thursday, January 8, 2015 at 9: I'm going to keep an eye out for it now. In front of you would be Oyster King and Kaki Lima.
I know tourist heavy places like Siem Reap and Bangkok sells roti canai as "pancakes" and wraps it up like a roll sometimes.
RealGunners Tuesday, January 27, 2015 at 10: It may be a small space, but the owner has done a good job of maximizing the space by making it huddled under a roof to evoke the feel of a house.
The Yum List Tuesday, January 27, 2015 at 1: With the minimal usage of mayonnaise, it added a refreshing taste to the sore throat and resembled something like raw food, where little heat is introduced to the ingredients, leaving the nutrients intact. Please refrain from using foul languages - or I'll not hesitate to delete the comment.
That would be quite interesting! On the bright side, it didn't contain much oil as I feared. If you don't see your comments, please inform me about it.
I haven't eat stuffed tofu, but I think I'd love it. Interesting way to make popiah, this..
After making my way through the crowd, I found myself standing in front of the stop. There's even the Japanese version as well.
Waverly Charlotte Wednesday, January 28, 2015 at 3: I wonder if they have the normal popiah coz not really crazy about thistype of popiah skin. Waverly Charlotte Wednesday, January 14, 2015 at 6: It was a day of caloric intake between the early lunch and the shared mug of coconut drink. Small Kucing Wednesday, January 28, 2015 at 3: Thanks for the warning.
I didn't know what to expect when I first patronized the stall, Sean, lol.