Kuching is notorious for choosing a business name that's irrelevant to its kind of business. So be warned that Taiwan Siau Chu (Taiwan Porridge) has nothing to do withTaiwanese cuisine. Its food is common Kuching non-ethnic/non-regional specific Chinese home cooked style. Its decor is non-pretentious, neat and tidy. It's air conditioned, comfortable if only not being rather crammed. The business is brisk. Padungan is the first outlet. I know its two other outlets at Jalan Kereta Api (old name for this road) and Jalan Song, not sure if there are more outlets. Don't sit and wait to be served. You have to go to the food display and pick your choice. The workers will deliver your food to you. They take your order for drinks either before you place your order for food or at the time they deliver your food. Sometimes, the place is so crowded, a customer has to patiently stand and wait for a table to be vacated. In our case, we just walk out and go somewhere else whenever we see people waiting for a table. The place is too small for waiting customers to contribute to additional crowd. Depending on your choice, what you take can be real value for money. One advantage is you get what you see. It's not getting something different from what you saw in the photos in the menu. Just a simple meal, nothing fanciful? This eatery is worth considering.
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