While exploring the Padungan area (Kuching's Chinatown), we're drawn to a sweet little girl and her brother bustling around serving customers while their mum works her wok furiously frying non-stop. Great food smells wafting all over the place. The stall specialises in heritage Fuzhou (or Foochow) noodles, both fried as well as soupy. Majority Chinese Sarawakians originates from Fuzhou, China. In particular, fried "bai guo" (mini unique glutinous rice cakes) and char kway teow burst with nostalgic old world flavours with every mouthful, full of "wok hei" (wok breath: alluring smoky aroma).
The toasts stall boasts amazing sandwiches. We enjoy almost everything the stall offers and all are fresh and yummy. You can't miss the heavenly smell and taste of braised pork trotters. We can't stop ourselves from falling all over the irresistible food spread on our table, too greedy to take pictures.
The sheer variety of tempting food choices means making several happy trips or going in a group to sample all. Sin Poh Poh's delightful authentic homely Sarawakian cuisine is hard to beat. Great value at around half the prices in Singapore where many traditional foods and cooking styles are either already extinct or becoming endangered, or bastardised versions of their former glory. Sin Poh Poh - fantastico! bravo!
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