Tuesday, February 12, 2013

Char Pak Kui at Xiang Man Cheng, Sibu

The very best char pak kui / char pek kueh / chao pai kuo in Sibu, at Yummy Cafe has finally closed its doors.

The man who looked like Asian version of Wentworth Miller has called the quits.

He used to cook the best prawn noodles.

Now. At the back of this coffeeshop, the cook has crew cut hairstyle as well.

And his version of char pak kui is not bad.

Pak kui is the quintessential Foochow delicacy but is lesser known than its kampua counterpart.

Char Pak Kui in Sibu

This place is after Sacred Heart School, but before Rajang Medical Centre. You can see from the main road. 

The stir - fried stall is located behind the coffeeshop.

I have tried stir fried koay teow, zhao chai hung ngan, as well as yellow noodles. 

Very nice, it is my usual breakfast place whenever i'm back.


suituapui said...

My daughter's favourite. I'm, at best, just ok with it.

missyblurkit said...

I love this! SO far I've only fund 2 places serving it in KL and they are yummy!

Gong hei fatt choy Girl!e

Simple Person said...

I am ok with this...
not so many restaurant in KL offer this dish..
happy CNY to you and your family.

sibu food diva said...

suituapui: i know you are a fan of pien nuk!

missyblurkit: the food court in publika serves this dish as well... very good!

simple person: thank you! :)

Valentine Jr said...

I was just wondering, since you did mention about "yummy cafe" sibu, do you know where the kueh chap uncle has moved to? Because recently I went there and there was a new kueh chap stall and I did ask the waitress there about the previous uncle and they said he has move before CNY.... So if you have any information kindly let me know k....Thanks..Cheers...

sibu food diva said...

hello Valentine jr, so sorry that i have no information where he has moved to. in the meantime you can satiate your kueh chap craving at ah ling's kueh chap, just next to HSBC corner coffee shop.

Valentine Jr said...

Ok...Thanks....will try that one the next time I drop to Sibu... :)