Just came back from breakfast with Will Chua and Kong Kay. Will Chua is in Kuching now, he called me last night asking whether I would like to join him and Kong Kay for breakfast which I happily agreed. I met up with Will Chua and his friends – Siti and Peter at Cold Storage near Green Height. I parked my car there and joined their car, being the clueless Kuching bloody tourist hahahaha! Then we drove up to Batu Kawa, where Kong Kay was waiting somewhere along the road 😛
We reached our destination at Batu Kawa Bazaar and the moment I step out from the car, Kong Kay came to me, “Nah!! Your kompia!” Hahahaha! What a great meet up line!!! 😀 Thanks Kong Kay for treating me to a big plastic bag full of kompia, that’s so kind of you!!
A big plastic bag of kompia!!
We had our breakfast at this one coffee shop at Batu Kawa old town. I actually had no idea what is the coffee shop name because I didn’t pay attention to anything other than the food and ehem.. meeting new friends hehe.. but being the resourceful me (*brag brag.. gloat gloat*) I googled! True enough, Kong Kay blogged about it before here and here 🙂 The coffee shop name is Chin Chan Lee, for direction to the place go read Kong Kay’s posts.
In Kuching you always for either Sarawak Laksa or Kolo Mee for breakfast. We had Kolo Mee P’ang Ang (with Char Siew Oil) and 2 bowls of meatball and meat cake slices to be shared, and kompia!!
Kompia – A simple salted dough, baked in traditional open oven (quoting STP) best served hot because it tends to get hard and ‘chewy’ when it is cold. This is the original version, my favorite!
Kolo Mee with Char Siew Oil – I must say the taste is heavenly.. really!! Very NOICE!!! 9.5/10
Old fashion soda – the venerable cream soda (Will Chua and Kong Kay had this), Teh C, 2 bowls of meat balls and meat cake slices soup, chili padi with limequart and soy sauce to down with the noodle and soup 😛
Lastly, the obligatory group photo! I proudly present to you…. jeng jeng jeng…
Taa daa!! From left: Yours truly, Siti, Will Chua and Kong Kay. (Peter – the cameraman) Yes, I am aware they look very familiar.. you probably saw them somewhere before..
Had a blast meeting you guys!! Thanks for the kompia and wonderful breakfast, Kong Kay! Looking forward to hang out with you people again!
Anyone else up for another meet up? 😛
ps: More meet up = more food = more roundness and chubbyness.. I am definitely on my way to dethrone Suituapui! Nyahahahahaha!