Down, still down! Streamyx SUCKSSSSSSSSSS! Tomorrow is still a holiday!!! GRRRR!!! I’m borrowing my friend’s line now.*SIGH*
Let me present to you, Jalan Song. One of the food galores in Kuching. It’s always packed almost every night. Well… It won’t be that packed if there is no pirated DVDs or VCD on sale. Still, this is the place to get all kind of food. From local food such as laksa, kampua, kolomee… To international food like western and japanese food.
(Right photo)Here’s where people digging for pirated DVDs and VCDs. If you know how to bargain, it’s going to be dirt cheap. Quality wise, you have to depend on your luck. Fight piracy! Does it work? I don’t think so hahaha… When there is such demand, I don’t think there is anyway to stop it. In this situation, if the enforcement officers suddenly came, can you imagine how the scene will be? WOW!
Met Lee, Johnson and Nick(mystery guest of the day) and we ordered some food for supper. I only remember to take two photos of the food that I’m craving for hahaha… The rest I forgot. Hehehe… We ordered Takoyaki, Uncle BOB Fried Chicken Fillet, “zhu chang fen”(no photo) and kampua(no photo).
Uncle BOB Fried Chicken Fillet gains its popularity last year at Kuching Festival Food Fair. However, it doens’t taste so good last night, kinda tasteless compare to those times I had at the food fair. You can have spicy or original, each costs RM4.50.
Then, this is Takoyaki, They claimed that it the first Kuching. It was in The Borneo Post, PostMag before. I had a sudden crave for it actually, that’s why we ended up at Jalan Song 😛 Hehehe… One box is RM3.50, each box consisted of two octopus takoyaki and two prawn takoyaki. I love the bonito that were sprinkled on top, they looked plastic like hahah… Takoyaki tastes odd for those who have it for the first time. Once you get used to it, it’s quite delicious hehehe… *drool* Does the real takoyaki tastes like this? I’m not sure. Wait till one day I visit Japan for it hahaha… In my dream…
So, that’s all about Jalan Song. It’s not in the city center. The only way is to get there by taxi or drive yourself there. Not much food choices during day time but at night you will be spoilt with so many choices. Hmm… I’m still craving for more takoyaki -.-”