Two doors down…

Two doors down from this coffee shop…

Syarikat Kiong Chuong Cafe

…is a TOTO shop so every week, I would pass by here to go and try my luck.

It has been around for a long long time and I do know there is a chu char stall that is very nice. I can recall dropping by here for the Foochow fried noodles and as far as I can remember, it was very good. The problem is I always go so very early in the morning and it is still closed or we would be around the vicinity on Tuesdays and it looks like that is their day off.

The kampua mee stall…

Kiong Chuong Cafe kampua mee stall

…in front would be the only one going full swing already that early in the morning and last Saturday morning, I decided to stop by and give it a try.

I had the mee, of course…

Kiong Chuong Cafe kampua mee 1

…and yes, it was all right, nice enough for anyone around there who feels like having it…

Kiong Chuong Cafe kampua mee 2

I also ordered their liver soup…

Kiong Chuong Cafe liver soup 1

…and I thought it was good, better than some that I have tried elsewhere – lots of ginger and the traditional Foochow red wine…

Kiong Chuong Cafe liver soup 2

…but I do think the one here has an edge over it.

I was in for a pleasant surprise when I asked for the total and was told that it was only RM5.80, RM2.80 for the noodles and only RM3.00 for the big bowl of liver soup. The aforementioned one that I said was nicer was RM3.50 for a very small bowl and that was in 2015 – I don’t know how much that would cost now.

Well, if you’re wondering if I struck it rich, no, I didn’t…unfortunately but I did get enough to go for another round of the kampua mee and liver soup and still have 20 sen change. Hehehehehe!!!

SYARIKAT KIONG CHUONG CAFE (2.291062, 111.827381) is located along Jalan Kampung Nyabor at the bend where one turns into Brooke Drive, a stone’s throw from Malaysia Hotel in the next block.

Author: suituapui

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

13 thoughts on “Two doors down…”

  1. That’s a nice combo set, so cheap somemore. Start with small to win big. Never know, lady luck will bump into you one of these days. Keep fingers crossed.

    Yes, pray that I will strike it big one of these days – as they say, prayers sometimes do get answered. Hehehehehe!!!

  2. I’ve never had any luck with the Lotto, as it is called here. Have had a small group win in the office when I was working, but never on my own. Given up buying.

    I did win a few times, very few but I still go on buying, just a little – who knows, one fine day, Lady Luck will smile upon me.

  3. Liver soup! I love that 🙂

    Seems to be the favourite of many here – can get it at most kampua mee stalls, and beef tripe soup too, but like the mee, taste quality may vary from place to place. Gotta know where to go.

  4. I hope one day you’ll strike it rich. Then I’ll quickly fly to Sibu and claim you as my bestest of friend. Hahahaha.

    I love liver soup. When I was young, my mom used to boil for me liver soup with one vege (cant remember what) due to my frequent nose bleed. Ethan and Ayden ‘inherited’ that trait from me. They experienced nose bleed episodes frequently. Maybe I should ask my mom what was that she boiled for me last time.

    I wonder what veg that was. What? You mean right now I’m not your bestest of friend? Sobsssss!!!! I’m so heart-broken. 😀

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