Spring Garden Cafe from outside...There's this one stall specializing in Foochow dishes, and since I've ate a few Foochow dishes in Sibu, I can attest that this stall totally hit it spot on! And I've tried most of its dishes, so yep, Sibu is here!
The stall I frequent...It's specialty: Kampua mee! This one is plain or white, simple but a killer. They're very generous with the charsiew meat.
Plain kampua mee...Whenever I order the plain kampua, I like to partner it with a bowl of steaming hot pork liver soup. They're very generous with the liver ... freshly sliced and blanch to perfection! And very generous with the Chinese wine too, and if you still think it's not enough, you may ask for more haha, just be careful on the dose... might render you sleepy for afternoon shift. Haha
Pork liver soup + kampua mee...I also tried the special kampua - with soy sauce (kicap) and wonton on the side. And what I like most about this stall... they add bits of crackles in most of their noodles. Crackles totally add more flavor to whatever dish you cook up. My favorite seasoning, if you can call it seasoning. :-)
Kicap kampua mee + wonton...And the all-time favorite Foochow classic - Chicken Mee Sua! Again, you may ask for extra wine to go with it if it's not enough. I do since they always oblige nicely. :-)
Mee sua...This was what my friend ordered... dry wonton. They put seaweed as extras, and according to my friend, it blend really well. I must try soon...
Dry wonton...And another Foochow classic and must-order... Din Bian Hu! It's basically like porridge but made with flour, and mixed with egg and stuffs that I just have to say look really fantastic. This is my friend's too (thanks Sherry for the picture) and she said it's the best she ever had. Careful though... can burn your tongue. =)
Din Bian Hu...So there you have it. Price for each is between RM4 - RM7, worth it I must say. They open from morning till late afternoon. Go have some Foochow specials!
My Rating: 5/5 cause I'm one satisfied customer!