Tag Archives: Kolo Mee

Noodle Experts 麵匠

24 Aug

Location: Wisma Lai Swee Yian, Lot 10716, Section 64, Kenyalang, 93050 Kuching, Sarawak (enter from the junction next to Kenyalang Shell Station and go straight)

The kolo mee here has been crowned as one of the best kolo mee in town. It has branch at Jalan Song, but in term of service the main branch is a lot better.

Noodle Experts

Noodle Experts

The portion is quite petty for me. One bowl costs RM5.00. You can choose the ingredients you want, seafood or pork intestines or both.

Noodle Experts

At here you can order “Zheng” too.

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Eng’s Cafe 英姐茶餐室

17 Jul

Location: Jalan Petanak, next to “Chai Ho Pin 蔡和平”

Here comes my personal favourite Kolo Mee in Kuching. This ranked no. 1 in my list for Kolo Mee! I always recalls the taste of its noodle. Others might have different rating for this one, but different people has different taste favourism. For me, this is definitely my no. 1 so far. Second in my list is Ta Wan Kung, which I have introduced before.

Eng's Cafe1

The seafood was sold out that morning, so we ordered normal version with pork intestines, meat and fish balls. Love it! Not many Kolo Mee stall will provide soup, but they do. I can’t remember the price, I think it’s between RM3.50 – RM4.00. You have to have it while it is still hot. The taste deteriorates when turns cold.

Eng's Cafe Kolo Mee

Oh yeah, if you want to visit Eng’s Cafe, do go as early as you can. They open early, around 6am and noodles will sold out around 10am normally. And they have Laksa too. Closed on Mondays.

Peter Noodle House 彼得麵店

17 Jul

Location: Precinct 88, Jalan Song

Peter Noodle House

“Noodle experts 麵匠” is another Kuchingites’ favourite for Kolo Mee. The main stall is located at Kenyalang’s new business block (behind Shell Station). The one I am going to introduce is the ‘branch’ located at Jalan Song.

The Kolo Mee here tastes good. A bowl of RM3.50, the portion is just right.

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Wanton Kolo Mee

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The coffee shop here has limited choices. Other than Kolo Mee, they sell Laksa and toasts. Not many people know this place though, as its location is not so ‘ideal’. If the noodle experts at Kenyalang is too crowded on weekends, this place is another option for you.

Ta Wan Kung 大碗公面店

18 Mar

Business hour: 7:30am – Around 1:00pm (Tuesday – Sunday)
Closed on Mondays

Ta Wan Kung


Kolo Mee is one of the signature dishes of Kuching. It is a must-try food if you visit Kuching. There are a number of cafes in town serves very nice Kolo Mee and Ta Wan Kung is one of my favourites. Ta Wan Kung is located at Ang Cheng Ho area, opposite Dewan Masyarakat Padungan. It is easy to spot along Jalan Padungan.




Above dish is soup noodles, we called it 水面. Unlike others’ Kolo Mee, Ta Wan Kung’s Kolo Mee doesn’t have minced meat only char siu. Its char siu meat is absolutely tender and delicious to me even though I’m not a char siu fan. The meat portion is quite generous. And the noodles is unlikely purchased from any local noodle factory. I didn’t ask if the noodles is handmade by themselves. You would definitely like its noodles as it’s perfectly boiled and not over-cooked. Mixed with deep-fried garlic oil, it is definitely worth the price of RM3.50.

Other than Kolo Mee, they have other dishes too. 炸酱面 noodles with soybean paste, 猪干汤 pork liver soup, 水饺 dumpling, etc. If you a fan of noodles, Ta Wan Kung is definitely a place worth checking out.