Went to hunt for dinner last Sunday at Kuching Festival.
Left: Gourmet Sausage, you have to queue quite long to buy the sausages, I think this is the most popular stall of all. The first time when I was there, there wasn’t such queue. I guess it’s because it’s good that’s why many people went there to buy it. I didn’t buy it till now, tasted it though. The texture is quite different I must say. Even the takoyaki stall next to it need to queue up too.
Right: You char kueh and some other Chinese kueh, this stall is operated by the same people that selling you char kueh at Sunday Market.
Left: Jellyfish(RM5), very big portion, got this from a new stall. We used to buy it from another stall and the portion was quite little compare to this. However, this one that we bought wasn’t very nice.
Right: More food…
Left: Deep fried mushroom from another stall. Bought it for RM5/box. I think this was nicer and crispier.
Right: We will surely never miss sambal sting ray. Wanted to get it from the usual stall but no more stock so we bought from another stall. The sambal wasn’t spicy enough but not that bad.
Only bought few types of food, some not in the photos and this dinner cost us about RM50. It’s really not that cheap to buy food from Kuching Festival hehehe… Usually if RM50 we would have quite a decent meal in a restaurant for 4 of us.
Just for your information, Kuching Festival 2010 will end this weekend end. Hurry if you haven’t visit it yet. Not sure will I be going there or not within this week. We’ll see…