Seeing you again…

It certainly was nice to see Ryan again – he’s currently home for the summer holidays before he goes back again to Russia for his final year and we met for breakfast here. He had the sizzling beef kampua and he loved it a lot and he enjoyed the vanilla mille crepe a great deal too. Of course, we had the kompia as well…and I also tried this meatball noodle soup (RM5.50)…

Meatball noodle soup

It was nice and I was glad that those fishball-like meatballs did not have that peculiar kind of smell that would put me off everytime I had those. I wonder which brand they used. Of course I would very much prefer the freshly-rolled minced meatballs but being a lover of clear soup noodles, I must say that I enjoyed it – not the best I have had around but it was good enough.

Thanks very much, Ryan, for this –

Ritter Sport limited edition

– their limited edition no less. At the time of writing, I had not tried it yet so I’m afraid I cannot give any comment in it. As a matter of fact, I have seen different varieties of this at a local supermart but I have never bought any to try mostly because for one thing, they do not come cheap, these imported stuff. So deprived, don’t you think? Hehehehehehehe!!!

We certainly had a great time catching up with things in our lives – it has been a year since we last met and there were lots to talk about. Then these two ladies joined us…

With doctors & doctor-to-be

– both doctors, friends of a blogger-friend of mine from the time when he was still struggling with his studies and living in Russia…like what Ryan is doing at this point in time. One of the ladies has been posted to a hospital in Sarawak and the other is based in the peninsula. They managed to get in touch with me through my blog and Β Facebook and it certainly was my pleasure to meet them in person.

They had had their breakfast before they came so they just had drinks and tried the kompia…but we did manage to go out for dinner that same night and for that, you will have to wait till the next post. Stay tuned!!!

Author: suituapui

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23 thoughts on “Seeing you again…”

  1. kompia kompia kompia!!!

    Let me know when you’re around – I’ll courier some over to you… πŸ˜‰

  2. wah…one of the doctor is an England fan hehehehe i have also been introducing that place to friends and some of them already went there and they said that the food there is good. i think very soon you will have discounts when you have your meals there STP….Cheers!

    You’re a fan too? Too bad they got booted out of the Euro… LOL!!! πŸ˜€ Ya..it’s a good place to hang out – nice food, not really cheap but not expensive either…depending on what you eat. Discounts? They wouldn’t even round up my bill, not even 10 sen!!!! Tsk! Tsk!

  3. That looks like what I normally cook for dinner! Prefer to have lighter meal at night!

    Yup! This is very easy to cook… I love clear soup, very refreshing unlike the thick, starchy ones especially.

  4. This is certainly a nice place Arthur! πŸ™‚

    I haven’t tried their sizzling beef kampua but their seafood sambal kampua is excellent! πŸ˜€

    The meatball noodle soup looks very promising! Reminds me of bakso (the large ones they make in Indonesia). The noodles looks quite interesting too – flat sheets of flour goodness!

    Voted for you again for the Sharp contest – you’re getting close. I hope you win Arthur, you certainly deserve it! πŸ™‚

    Thanks, Huai Bin. I certainly need all the support I can get, appreciate it heaps!!! I did not like the seafood sambal kampua..but the beef is superb – really compatible – used to be cheaper though… Maybe very popular so the price is going up and up. 😦 Ya…it does look like bakso, now that you’ve mentioned it. That’s kway teow actually – not that thinly sliced. Ya…it’s a good place to hang out – we’ll go there again when you come back… πŸ˜‰

    1. A bakso can be as big as a hardboiled egg wrapped in mincemeat, yummeh…

      They have that here at Bandong but I have never tried. Would prefer that for breakfast but they only sell it at night for dinner…

  5. Is your schedule full until end of year, Arthur? So nice to have friends from all over to drop by Sibu ever now and then… πŸ™‚

    Not really…but always ready to welcome anybody who cares to drop by our little ol’ town…

  6. aiskss…it seems I have not been dropping by lately..a new face on your blog ehh…hahahah.. Sorry lor..have been busy lately with audit. So where is the chocolate crepe…lol

    Vanilla. Ryan didn’t want anything too sweet. Hmmm….waiting for the rum and raisin now. Coming out soon!!!! πŸ˜‰

  7. Usually I like chocolate but the other day in sibu I find that the vanilla crepe taste better than chocolate

    Rum & raisin coming soon… Stay tuned!!! Will tell you alllll about it. LOL!!! πŸ˜€

  8. Wow the meatball noodles soup looks great…
    The price is cheap….

    Ok…for a cafe, not expensive. πŸ˜‰

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  9. Ritter Sport Chocolate is niceeee….u r right. Its not cheap here. But if you happens to go to Langkawi duty free shop…the price is so much cheaper than our supermarket. BTW…its nice to meet some blogger friends in person huh.

    It is? Hmmmm…yet to eat it – must get down to it soonest. Ya…I enjoy meeting friends, bloggers or non-bloggers. What is life without friends? And blogging certainly helps a lot – to me, that’s one of the perks in blogging.

  10. It seems like it’s a special occasion for u almost every day (ie eat out!) LOL. Ritter chocolate is nice.

    Not every day lah… Mid-week already and I’ve not eaten out yet… No invitation, nobody dropping by… 😦

  11. oh it had been only a few days and i see a whole new look here πŸ™‚ i spot mille crepe there!

    Latest: A Trip to Hunan

    Yup!!! A must-have if you drop by this place. Looking forward to their new flavour – rum and raisin… πŸ˜‰

  12. so nice of you meeting people here and there, so will you meet me up if i happen to be there? πŸ˜›

    Of course!!! So when are you coming? And if I hop to Penang, will you want to meet me and take me jalan2 cari makan too? πŸ˜‰

  13. I also know a doctor who graduated last year in Russia. Nowadays many people go to Russia to study medicine.

    I don’t know these things but for one thing, maybe it is cheaper? And if anyone can manage to study the whole thing in Russian, that’s already a merit point in his or her favour. According to the two doctors, both local grads, it all boils down to the individual – there are good ones and not-so-good ones, never mind whether they have graduated locally or overseas or from which country… I guess this applies to all professions, even teachers.

  14. I guess this one is kway teow soup and not noodle soup as you mentioned. It certainly looks yummy & tasty. OMG, I am drooling now…

    Well, kwayteow in English is flat rice noodles…so it is noodle but not mee. LOL!!! πŸ˜€

    1. Hahahaha!!!,,,,confused. To me noodles is just mee.

      They did put (kway teow) in brackets by the name of the item in the menu so I knew what to expect. πŸ˜‰

  15. Just saw your blog from one of the parenting blogs i visited. I never been to Sibu (would love to), only visited Kuching with my family. i always love meatball noodle soup. I realize that the kuey teow used in Sibu is different from what we have in Ipoh. It seems to be much thicker.

    Yes, Ipoh’s much nicer…or to me, at least. Some people here prefer it thick like that. Thanks for dropping by, welcome and do come again. Will link you in my blogroll…and you’re most welcome to hop over to Sibu anytime. Will be glad to be your host and guide.

  16. oh, that meatball soup looks good!! and it makes me feel like having something hot and soupy now.. err, but wait, it’s still way before dinner!! hahaha..

    ritter sport!! one of my favorite chocolate!! but cannot find this flavor here in KL..

    Limited edition… special one bah!!! LOL!!! πŸ˜€

  17. Wow! Limited edition Ritter sport , yum!

    Noodle house again ? Tsk Tsk Tsk . You said they are going to have rum and raisin Mille crepe ? I think it will taste good .

  18. Is that a cake? What kind of cake is it? Just curious with ritter…is it better than toblerone? πŸ™‚

  19. I love pork noodle soup and I found one coffee shop that sells excellent pork noodles. The guy is from my hometown. Take you there when you come to KL.

    Anything in clear soup, I like…with minced pork and egg…lagi suka!!! LOL!!! πŸ˜€

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