Eating in Kuching - Breakfast at Swee Sen Cafe 10th Mile Bazaar
You can order the typical "kolon mee" which is dry noodles tossed in oil, fried shallots and other ingredients. The best way to enjoy the noodles here is to order the "mee kosong" or plain noodles without the ingredients, and a bowl of the fresh seafood soup. The noodles are cooked just right - al dente with the full flavour of the seasoning and oil. The seafood soup comes with super fresh and large prawns, fish balls and wantons. The taste of the soup is really sweet and fresh.
View of the coffeeshop from the road.
The busy noodleman with all his ingredients at hand.
A view of the 10th Mile Bazaar.
Although not cheap by coffeeshop standards, the noodle and soup here is worth every cent and should not be missed if you are a noodle-lover.