Are you familiar with the irony of not knowing what to eat or where to go for lunch – yes, despite living in Kuching? On top of that, it’s probably not fun to eat at the same place at least three times a week. Well, don’t worry because we are here to help (after ‘suffering’ from the same dilemmas #firstworldproblems)! So read on, and don’t forget to LIKE & SHARE this article with your family and friends. HAPPY LUNCH-ING!
What’s the one thing that everyone can eat during lunch time? The good old famous chicken rice! Chicken Rice can be found anywhere in Kuching and why rush through the lunch hours with mediocre ones? Filled with succulence and tantalizing flavours, KL Chicken Rice will take you by surprise with their irresistible poultry. Each bite will lead to a juicy explosion of savoury and umami sensations on your palate, making you grin from ear to ear.
Charcoal fire and claypots always looked delicious, for the sights and taste. These heavenly claypot dishes are all in ones that will have your meal prolonging to seconds. As the name already suggests, you’re walking into a claypot haven where you have an array of food and dishes served in piping hot claypots. Of course, there has to be the claypot rice entry, which is also one of the favourites here. Need a claypot fix, look no further!
If there's one thing every Kuchingnite needs in their lives, it's heat. Not the heat from the weather or the unforgiving sun, but the heat from a piping-hot bowl of aromatic curry. This humble stall is filled with a pungent and tingling aroma wafting through the air, seducing any nasal paths it comes into contact with. Fans have flocked this place for its no-frills Curry Pork, filled with the utmost fragrant curry spices. Plus you have to try their savoury Braised Pork with Black Fungus too!
Kolo Mee, a simple dish that’s oh so flavourful and known to be one of Sarawakians most favourite and popular dish. Nowadays there are so many different versions of kolo mee. And if you are a seafood lover, you have to try this stall’s Seafood Kolo Mee. Succulent and tender, the seafood blends perfectly with the aromatic, springy thin noodles. No doubt a simple, but appetising meal that can be enjoyed any time of the day!
Aside from the usual Kolo Mee, Laksa, Kueh Chap or Chicken Rice, why not go for Mixed Soup for lunch instead? Plus it’s the perfect meal on a cold day too. The Mixed Soup here are mixed with different kinds of fresh ingredients such as tender offals, meat, fish balls, veggies and more. Definitely a simple, comforting yet delicious dish that can open up your appetite anytime of the day.