Food brings people together. How true! After a little exchange of conversation on Facebook over Sarawak's humble yet famous noodles dish known as kampua, I made new friends today over our kampua brunch fix!
Note: Kampua means dry noodles, a bit similar to Klang Valley's wantan mee.
Let me say "Hi!" again to Annie and Esther! Thanks to Uncle Arthur Wee, you started all this. Hahaha!
Venue: Strawberry Restaurant, Jalan Puteri 2/2, Bandar Puteri Puchong (behind Station One Kopitiam)
Literally translated from Chinese, it means dry noodles tossed without soy sauce. I love the pork slices, they are very authentic. If I'm in the mood for some doses of spiciness, I will mix chili sauce with the noodles. :D
Literally translated from Chinese, it means dry noodles tossed with soy sauce. :)
I have never tried fried kampua before. My hubby commented that this dish tasted like maggi goreng. Not bad!
I haven't eaten this for almost 14 years! I'd describe piansip as chee cheong fun stuffed with pork and drizzled with oil.