It would be a great sin not to blog about this.
Maybe I have blogged about this place before, I may have forgotten.
This was taken slightly more than a month ago, sitting pretty in one of my many photography folders seducing me when I am in dire straits.
What is kueh chap again? You might want to check it out here.
|Kueh Chap at Lao Ya Keng, Carpenter Street, Kuching|
It is only available in the morning.
In the afternoon, this stall is closed and pork satay stall is in control instead.
|Kueh Chap Sauce at Lao Ya Keng, Carpenter Street, Kuching|
It was very good the last time I was there, though I must say the standard is rather inconsistent.
Sometimes the soup was a bit diluted, lean meat was a bit too dry, but nevertheless, lady luck was on my side: the last two times I was there.
You cannot miss this stall, it is located a few steps down from the main entrance to Carpenter Street / Chinatown Kuching.
|Kueh Chap Stall at Lao Ya Keng, Carpenter Street, Kuching|
It comes with a medley of pig offal and lean meat served with braised soy sauce gravy.
Happy Kueh Chap! :)