Thursday, January 17, 2019

WG Moved

 Aunty Christina's Sarawak Laksa has now moved to Sea Park Kopitiam, PJ.

 Sea Park Kopitiam is a corner shop located in the same block of shops as Thong Kee Sea Park.

 It serves mixed rice (chap fan) too.

My friends ate Sarawak Laksa while I had a plate of  mix rice with no rice: braised hard boiled egg, braised tofu, broccoli, cauliflower, petai and daikon (MYR 6.50 nett).

Received a pack of CNY angpow envelopes when I bought these four egg tarts at MYR 2.50 nett each.

22 comments:

  1. Ah yes! I did read on Facebook that she has moved again...was in Bangsar originally. If I am not wrong, she sells kacang ma chicken too.

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    1. Correct! She was operating a stall in a coffee shop in Bangsar, Lucky Garden and then she opened a shop in Seapark, PJ. Now the shop is closed and she is operating a stall again in a coffee shop in Seapark, PJ.

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  2. Thank you for sharing this place. I used to dread going to Seapark areas due to parking problems but not anymore. I want to try this Sarawak Laksa.

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    1. There is a huge parking field (foc) behind a row of shoplots facing the shoplots where Aunty Christina used to operate.

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  3. Wow, the ang pow is so pretty! xoxo

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  4. Portuguese egg tarts!!! my fav!

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    1. They are popular! They were sold out one day when I wanted to buy them.

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  5. I havent tried Sarawak laksa for a long time now... Johor has many stalls selling this type of laksa but not so in Ipoh.

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  6. I like Sarawak laksa. Egg tarts look good!

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  7. Looking so different for me. I am Turkish. :)

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    1. I wonder if there are similar food to "mixed rice" here. In Brazil, I know they have many dishes for one to choose. And then they will have to weigh your food for them to calculate the price.

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  8. Oh, she has moved! Thanks for informing. I have been wanting to try her Sarawak Laksa.

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  9. Heard of this famous Aunty. Heard her Sarawak laksa is good.

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  10. The ang pow packets are cute.

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  11. So you got ang pow for buying the tarts. How generous of them. :D

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    1. This is a small shop but yet so generous.

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