Eating in Kuching - Breakfast at Sin Chong Choon Cafe

Sin Chong Choon Cafe is a very popular kopitiam at Green Height Commercial Centre that has been around for a few years. They moved to a different corner shophouse a couple of years ago, and is still just as popular. If you go during the peak breakfast hour (9.00 a.m. to 10.30 a.m.) you may not get a table.

What is good here is the laksa - and for me the Foochow Noodles. I normally order the standard Kam Pua Mee, and a bowl of Pork Soup. What makes the noodles great is the generous lashing of rendered pork fat, and the bits of crunchy deep fried pork rind hidden inside that is so decadent !

The soup is also very tasty. You can order it with all the pork innards, or just minced pork and pork slices and veggie. They add a bit of Chinese wine to round out the taste, and it is no doubt augmented with plenty of MSG.


Yes, we like the laksa there - almost as good as the original Chong Choon on Abell Rd but not as hard to find parking. But, the service is slower nowadays because the wife just had her baby.

I also like the kampua mee (black!) - it's deliciously lardy. Our son Daniel loves the pork liver soup.

And who can forget the Teh C Peng Special.

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