The Sarawak Laksa was the most authentic i had tasted out of Sarawak. The Mee Jawawas great too. Splendid service, great taste, big portions. I had my lunch in the Eko Cheras outlet.
Had dinner here with my partner tonight(21/7/2022). Was warmly greeted by the polite and very welcoming waiter. Serving time is abit slow though despite no other customer were to be seen except for me n my partner. Not really a big deal since we weren’t that hungry.
5 days earlier (16/7/2022) was our first visit and we fell in love with their Mee Kolok Daging.
The texture and taste of the noodle, beef, soy sauce and soup is so authentic that i dare to say it’s the closest to what i used to had it Sarawak. Also, the portion is very fulfilling. In fact, ttdi kedey kamek’s mee kolok might even beat some of the mee kolok in Sarawak according to my taste bud. Since then, Im looking forward to pay another visit as soon as possible due to the pleasant experience we had earlier.
However, tonight’s visit was so dissapointing. It doesnt taste anything at all like how we had it 5 days ago.
Also price has been slightly increased.
I personally feel that people wouldn’t mind paying extra at all as long as it’s going to worth their money. No compromise on quality and it must be strictly maintained.
I hope the management came across this review and take immediate action on this.
Sincerely missing the good mee kolok daging i had earlier.
Quite pricey. Its ok but not as good like the original one in Satok, Kuching
syed azarin Jamalullail
As a huge fan of ayam penyet, it's absolutely disappointing to see them butchered one of my favorite dish in the world. My plate consists of rice, cucumber, cabbage, a pretty dry and not-at-all juicy ayam goreng and a small plate of penyet sauce. It's generally a very dry dish and I do not enjoy it one bit.
This is also the first time I ordered an ayam penyet dish that doesn't come with fried tofu nor tempeh. With its price tag, I think I can get quite an abundance of sauces and extra pieces of tofu and tempeh, if I were to order it in a regular warung.
My wife who ordered their Mee Kolok complained that the noodles are barely warm and slightly harden. It also tastes pretty meh.
However I do enjoy their pisang goreng with cheese. If I were to come again, it'll be mostly for their pisang goreng and coffee.