That’s more like it…

We dropped by here for dinner the other day – my missus, Melissa and I. My missus and I were here once before and we quite liked the food served.

This time around, we ordered a plate of fried rice (RM6.00) to share…


…as Melissa felt like having that and she said that it reminded her of what she used to have at a place called Cinta Malaysia in Wellington except that they used chicken instead of the bits of char siew, it being a place that did not serve pork. I thought it tasted something like what we had here in Auckland, New Zealand minus the colour of the frozen vegetables used.

For the vegetable dish, we had the bitter gourd fried with salted eggs (RM7.00)…

BG with SE

…and it was pretty well done, I would say.

My daughter also wanted this dish of kiam sor hoo-phee or translation, the salty crusty fish fillet (RM12.00)…


…and she liked it and I guess that was all that mattered. Personally, I would say that it was well-cooked but I did not like the frozen fish fillet used as I found it to be quite bland or somewhat tasteless. I wished they had used some fresh fish fillet instead.

The pork belly fried with salted fish and dried chili (RM12.00)…

PB with SF & DC

…was very nice but could do with a bit more salted fish to give it a stronger taste and fragrance.

What I like about this place is upon payment of the bill, they give you the chit from the cash register in which everything is itemised and the individual prices indicated. At most places, they would just give you the bill in which they would write “food” and the total for that indicated in one lump sum so one would not know what cost how much.

I must say I was quite pleasantly surprised that the total for the food only came up to RM37.00 as of late, I felt that dining out at such places around here has been getting a bit too expensive. As it is, I certainly wouldn’t mind dropping by again and I do hope that it stays that way.

Extra! Extra! Read all about it!
This is new – the Tiramisu Mille Crepe, just launched yesterday…


here at the home of mille crepes in Sibu @ RM9.00 a slice…

I would say it was very nice. I particularly loved the coffee fragrance.


But don’t take my word for it! Just hop over to give it a try!