What's Hot!: Kulai Lou Pan Organic Beancurd




















If you ever heard of this organic beancurd in Johor, you are no longer required to travel there and enjoy it now. It is now available in Miri! Currently the stock are selling fast in some of the shops in Miri so it is hard to secure yourself one of these.




















Taste:
In comparison with local beancurd dessert, the portion seems less than those serve in some shops but maybe i am wrong. Texture is definitely smoother and totally different from local type beancurd dessert. You do not get to see any sugar water added on top. The sweetness taste is already part of the beancurd itself. When you put it in your mouth, you can feel that it just melt in your mouth. Very refreshing indeed and i am amazed at some point.

Price:
Price for some feedback i have is quite high. RM4.50 each as of the time i post. Maybe it is because of the packaging and it is organic, plus it is a franchise maybe?

Where to get:
Only a few places i know who are selling these. One of them is in Taman Tunku area which i am not quite sure of the shop name. At boulevard area you can get it from Ah Bui Kitchen which is same row as Seed Pastry and Maybank. For senadin area, last i heard it is near Senadin petrol station and the shop name is Fruit Long.

What's Hot!: Sibu Kampua go instant!




















Yep. No kidding. SIbu kampua goes instant! An instant hit for this instant noodle as well in Miri. SInce it is hard to find places in Miri who do sell sibu kampua, this is definitely another option for you.

Come with two different flavours: Original or Dark Soy Sauce. Noodles are made with no preservative as seen on the packet. Currently the packaging is very dull but last i heard is proper packaging is on its way to go wider in market as far as to Brunei.

This how it looks like when you have done cooking the noodle:




















Taste:
Purely based on my personal opinion. I like the idea of not too salty and the portion is reasonable. Fried shallot oil is fragant and the amount of sauce is just nice for 1 serving size. This is the dark soy sauce version by the way. I will try to get a hand on the original version very soon. Oh by the way, this may be able to be exported overseas soon so great news for anyone who missed sibu kampua!

Price:
Price in Miri are higher than you buy them directly from the supplier. But i think the price in Miri are slightly marked up to cover the cost of transportation and maybe a bit of profit margin which is fair enough. Selling price are ranging from RM8 to RM12 of 5 packs in Miri as of this post.

Where to get?:
If you are order in larger quantity like maybe 13 packets, maybe you can call 011 297 10000 and speaks to the friendly staff. They will be more than happy to assist you. Otherwise, GK supermarket Pujut 3 branch do have them for sale or ask around in facebook for any private supplier in Miri.


What's hot!: My Kuali Penang White Laksa Mee




















This instant noodle has been quite a heat in Miri for few months now, and it is still one of the top demand noodles in Miri with very limited places selling this. If it is on the shelf, it will not be there for long, at least for now.

Many may wonder like i am, what so special about  this noodle? Well let's open the packet and see what we got:





















It contains a packet of laksa paste, one cream powder for the milky texture and one flavouring powder that goes along with the dried noodle. Laksa paste is definitely the star item in the packet. Now let's see if we have them all added into the pot and cook. This is what you get:















Taste:
Just my personal opinion, for some it can be too strong in flavour, then you can add in more water and even another piece of dried noodle in so that you can serve it for 2 person. The taste is undoubtly quite good for instant point of view. To some people they might prefer to go for something freshly available around such as Kuching Laksa or Sarawak Laksa. Great news for anyone who are at overseas though. This is definitely the best way to satisfy your crave on laksa.

Price:
Price at the moment selling in Miri are quite expensive in comparison with the price in West Malaysia. But then again since it is limited quantity available either in some of the shops or private sell via facebook, even it is slightly overpriced, you may still want to try at least once.Last price i know of is around RM13 for pack of 4 as of this post.

Where to get?:
Last i know is limited quantity available at GK supermarket at Pujut 3 (The one facing roundabout). Someone is selling them in facebook as well so you might want to hunt around.