Closed for the weekend…

That day, my father wanted to go to this place (again) for brunch but it was closed for the Ching Ming Festival weekend. Probably the family had gone off somewhere to visit their ancestral graves and pay their respect. I did not want to drive back into town to go to my father’s other favourite place so in the end, we stopped by here, just round the corner from their house…

Delta Seafood & Cafe

We tried the kampua noodles before, that stall on the left, but we felt it paled in comparison to the old lady’s, the one who was running the stall before. That was why I decided to try their Sarawak laksa (RM6.00)…

Delta Seafood & Cafe Sarawak laksa 1

…which was not too bad, not the best in town as it was a little lacking as far as the laksa fragrance was concerned but it sure made up for it with all the ingredients heaped on top…

Delta Seafood & Cafe Sarawak laksa 2

It was a Friday, and it is the season of Lent, so I asked them not to add the shredded/pulled chicken meat but with everything there was in the bowl, the absence was not felt at all. I would not mind having it again should I happen to be in the vicinity, more for the sake of the convenience involved more anything else but I sure would not go out of my way for it.

My father had the Foochow fried noodles (RM4.00)…

Delta Seafood & Cafe Foochow fried noodles

…from the stall at the back and he said it was very good while my missus had their char kway teow, the fried flat rice noodles (RM4.00)…

Delta Seafood & Cafe char kway teow

…and yes, she enjoyed it very much too.

We sure would not mind coming here again instead of venturing into the very congested town centre and parking is a breeze plus it is free!

DELTA SEAFOOD & CAFE (2.307832, 111.825125) is located along Lorong Delta 10, in the blocks of shops somewhere right behind the public swimming pool there.

Author: suituapui

Ancient relic but very young at heart. Enjoys food and cooking...and travelling and being with friends.

25 thoughts on “Closed for the weekend…”

  1. I love shrimp…especially garlic shrimp!

    Can’t go wrong with those crusteceans. Just drop one or two in instant noodles, for instance, and it will bring the taste to a whole new level.

  2. :O they are very generous with the toppings!

    If only the laksa taste had been a little bit stronger, it would have been very nice.

  3. Quite a lot ya, the ingredients…

    You do not get this at a regular laksa stall, not so much but if we go for the taste, this one fell a little short.

  4. You’re teasing me with more Sarawak laksa. Nom nom.

    Console yourself, not the best in town as far as the taste went. Just looked really good with all the ingredients heaped on top.

  5. I don’t think I’ve had Sarawak laksa before, but that photo looks good – chock full of ingredients.

    Not usually, actually. At the most, you will get a bit of the thinly sliced egg omelette and shredded chicken and a few prawns.

  6. Eyeing your fried koay teow… looks good and nice!

    Having withdrawal symptoms yet? I guess not since you get to cook your own food at home, not eating western all the time.

  7. All the 3 dishes looks so good & in huge portion.

    Not expensive too, compared to some other places here.

  8. Looks like a ton of ingredients in that Sarawak laksa. I never had tried them yet and sad to hear that was not your best either

    It was all right, not the best but it was actually, quite nice. Bet it is nicer than any you can get there – my brother had one the other day and I think he said it cost him NZD13.50. *faints*

  9. This looks delish still. I think I’ll enjoy this plate myself.

    Which one? The laksa? It was in a bowl…and yes, I enjoyed it, just that there are better ones around here. Not spicy, gravy was a little watered down.

  10. Kuih teow for RM 4 is a bit of a steal isn’t it?

    That’s Sibu for you. Despite the escalating prices, still very affordable…and nice!

  11. The Sarawak Laksa is so loaded with ingredients. And it’s only RM6!

    I thought that was not cheap but for all those ingredients, I guess it was worth the price.

  12. parking is a major consideration for me too when choosing a destination. but fortunately, with the convenience of uber in the klang valley, the only thing we still have to worry about is traffic now, not parking! 🙂

    Getting a cab here is not cheap – they do not go be meter but then again, there are so many and so few people will use a taxi so I guess it is reasonable that they should charge a bit more.

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