GO FUNKY!! Hahahaha… This is actually the previous Red Tea Road at Third Mile. They had changed their name to Go Fun Kee, specialised in Bak Kut Teh. They still have those popular bubble and milk teas on sell but it’s not longer their primary business.
Left: Ice Lemon Tea(RM1.60) and Jasmine Milk Tea(RM2.70). The Jasmine Milk Tea still tastes as good as before.
Right: Chili(very small type, very spicy) and garlic for Bak Kut Teh. Very colourful right? Hahaha.. You guess it right! Bak Kut Teh again! This is the 3rd time I’m eating Bak Kut Teh this year.
Left: With light soy sauce. I prefer to have it this way.
Right: With dark soy sauce.
Left: What do you think this is? Hmm… Imagine you are around the pig or chicken farm area. This is the smell you will get. It’s “chou dou fu”, smelly tofu! Hahahah… It’s not that empowering but for those that are quite sensitive, I’m sure they can’t even put them into their mouth and might just puke everything out. I’m sure it’s improvised to suit our local taste. The actual smelly tofu should be much more empowering. This should be the only place in Kuching that sells smelly tofu. For portion like this, it will cost you RM2.50.
Left: The main course! Bak Kut Teh! Very thick. We ordered the set which cost us RM13 for 2 persons. You can choose 4 type of spare parts of the pig from the menu. You can choose from liver, intestines, lean meat, fat meat, stomach etc.
Right: Plain rice.
Guees what? The coffee shop is graded with “B”. Hmm… I wonder why is it “B”? AH!!! Must be that smelly tofu. The council’s officers might have smell the smell of the tofu but didn’t know it’s the tofu and thought that it’s from the toilet. That’s why they gave them a “B”. Hahaha…
Get funky with Bak Kut Teh!