Love it…

I dropped by here the other morning even though I wouldn’t say I liked the place a lot. It used to be so very crowded and one would encounter some difficulty in parking one’s car around the place.

Much to my delight, I spotted a vacant space right beside the building so I grabbed it right away and in no time at all, I was ready to dig in…

I placed my order for the Foochow fried mee special at Stall No. 9, somewhere around the middle of the hawker centre/food court there…

…and it sure did not take very long to be served…

…not at all. I did have the kampua mee and pian sip (meat dumplings) from this very stall once and they were very good too.

Wowwwww!!! Just look at the mountain of ingredients, all the liver, the intestines and the meat! I had the special at another stall here for RM6.00 only in those pre-pandemic days in 2020, No. 3 but I did not enjoy it so much. This one was very much more to my liking…

I asked the young boy how much it was and was pleasantly delighted when he said, “RM7.00!” Ah well!!! With the prices of everything shooting up like nobody’s business these days, an increase of RM1.00 only is nothing – I sure did not mind it one bit as I enjoyed it so much. A special at a regular coffee shop would set one back by at least, RM8.00 or more, a lot more!

I shared one of the photographs on Facebook and right away, a thousand and one suggestions came in as to which one there would be nicer. Somebody said No. 12 and yes, I had that before and it was good. Another one said the first one – the 1st stall is occupied by an old lady selling vegetables. She probably meant that Stall No. 3 that did not impress me much.

I’m not too sure but it seemed that those people are not stationed permanently at one place. Somehow, none looked familiar but I guess it doesn’t matter as long as what they dish out is good (and cheap) and to my liking!

THE SUNGAI ANTU MARKET & HAWKER CENTRE/FOOD COURT (2.320030, 111.830741)…

…is located along Jalan Sg Antu 2, on your right off Jalan Industri as you drive in from Jalan Kpg Nangka.

Author: suituapui

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

7 thoughts on “Love it…”

  1. These days lady luck seems to be with you, easily found parking lot and somemore near to the place you are heading to. RM7 for that nice plate of Foochow fried mee is indeed a steal and wow!!!..they are so generous with their ingredients. Most importantly what they dished out is to your liking and enjoyment. Heading there anytime soon again?

    Again yesterday at another place, just walked across the road. Not bad, my luck these days. LOL!!!
    I’m trying out new/old places…and see if there are any, still cheap and still very nice, worth going!

  2. I am not sure in Sibu. But I understand that the wet market stalls in Kenyalang are on rotation. Like cabut undi, the stalls rotated few times in a year. Only the stalls in wet market. Not those hawker stalls upstair since they have their name/signage on each stalls. Impossible to change if to rotate. Lol.

    Maybe I’ve not been there since the outbreak of the pandemic, the young ones have grown bigger, the old ones have grown older so they all do not look the same anymore. As far as I know, they do not rotate – so hard to move their things, I’m sure. They do not rotate at the Central Market either…only at the Pasar Malam, once a month.

  3. Wah! Your noodles were loaded with ingredients and they sure were generous with the organs! Something I would enjoy 🙂

    I sure did! So delighted at the sight the instant it was served. Will have to go back there again soon.

  4. I am not a big fan of pig’s intestines but I will still give the noodles a go.
    Who knows I might enjoy the dish.
    We Hakka folks like to use pig’s liver to make soup noodles.
    Don’t think we usually put intestines in, but the soup noodles are so damn good!
    Ha ha… but I always leave the liver untouched, just the soup and noodles for me.

    1. The Foochows have pig liver in traditional red wine and ginger soup, very nice
      and one has the option of having it with mee sua. I love it!
      I do enjoy pig’s innards – a true blue Chinese, I eat everything! LOL!!!

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