Friday, July 13, 2007

:+: The Ice and The Jak :+:

Nowadays, Kuching si beh juak arrr (so so so HOT!)

It's so hot that, if there's no such thing as vanity, shame, civilization, one would choose not to wear anything.. nudity. =x

Heat is making you thinking of siaw siaw stuff..

The fact is that, it's so damn hot that you would rather lock yourself in the fridge with a 14.1" laptop blogging and at the same time get free loading juice and sandwich in there. Even though your canggih air condition can chiao till 16 degrees (coolest mode), you would still feel stuffy in the room.

At least, at night, when the Sun rests at you can sleep away in your dreamland without sweating.

I would call this season the craziest one. Fuhhh!! Panas gila babi!! No matter how hot it is, no matter how blue the sky is, it will still rain crazily. As if the sky hit jackpot and pour in heavy heavy rain (if it's $.$ *kaching kaching* I won't mind). After the crazy cats and dogs miawed and woofed, the Sun would come out and BBQ the cute little humans.

Therefore, one way to keep yourself from the heat attack, try to cool your body with this...
YES!! ICE ICE BABEH!!

On this crazy hot weather, treat yourself a nice cold bowl or many many bowls of refreshing Goh Bee T'ng.

The best Goh Bee T'ng I can find in Kuching are at Kenyalang Food Centre and Tabuan Jaya Market Food Centre.
Here at Kenyalang Food Court (Not the one above the market but on the other side of Kenyalang, the turn before the Long Neck (dinosaur). Look out for Stall No. 26. They serve the best and biggest serving of Goh Bee T'ng in Kenyalang Park.

My advice to you is to tapao home the Goh Bee T'ng. ekekekkekee...

Tapao (take away) is worth every cents. If you want to tapao, tapao RM2 and this can feed 4-5 persons. If you eat there, it's going to cost you RM1.20 per bowl. Tapao-ing is more hua suan. Hope the taukeh-nio does not read this, else the next time I go over to tapao, she's charge me RM5 for a packet. Huuuuuuuuuu...

There are Dried Red Dates, Longan, Barley, Nata 'de Coco, Agar-agar (Jelly), Raisin and that 2 other thing I don't know what they are called.

Apart from Goh Bee T'ng, the Rojak at Kenyalang Food Centre is one of my favourite. This is the RM3 rojak tapao package. I like this stall's rojak mainly because of the Crispy Yew Char Kueh and the rojak-ko (Rojak Paste). kekeke...

You tell me, Comel or not??

This Rojak stall is operated by an old couple (ahpek and ahma). The ahpek is thin and tall, whereas the ahma (wife) is round and short =X. Like that, baru balance ma.. XD
Paiseh.. I can't remember the Stall Number. Never go see the number. Somemore, the picture I took is blur, I moved. =P

Anyway, the stall is in between the Kolo stall and Honey BBQ Chicken stall. It is opened daily from 12.30pm onwards except for Monday. Monday is their day off.

The ahma is very friendly lo.. I was chit chatting with her while her hubby makes the rojak. I guess my cute innocent face wins her heart lo.. cause she gave me extra more more Crispy Yew Char Kueh. Muahahhahaa.. I was puji-ing their rojak ma and saying that their Crispy Yew Char Kueh is my favourite. Kekekeke.. Practicing my PR. XDDD

4 comments:

Lingy said...

the two unknown things in the goh bee th'ng are gingko nuts ( yellow colour ) dunno "gingko" spelled correctly anot.

and the brownish thing..is...sea coconut...in chinese " hai te ia "...

seeems so sedap...

a n n n a said...

][lingy][ ohh.. thanks! i guess that's what they are la. ahahaha..

Johnny Ong said...

hot in sarawak.... non-comparable when i was in sudan.... easily hitting 44-48 degree celcius ....i always tell my fren that m'sia's afternoon sun is like the morning sun in sudan

a n n n a said...

][johnny][ 44-48 degrees??!! I can imagine myself melting in Sudan. However, the nite in Sudan would be cooler than Msia right?