OK. So, the food in Kuching. We tried lots of different things, from street food to restaurant food ( the cheap ones!) to room service. Now, room service is not something we’re really accustomed to, but in Kuching, it was so cheap I must admit we had it more than once. In one day. Just kidding! Not really.
We usually had one meal each and it cost us about $9.00. Eating at the food stalls across the street, mind you, cost about $1.00-$2.00 per meal. We ate in a food court type place in town and it cost about $4.00 a meal, and we ate at one kinda touristy place in town, which cost about $8.00 per meal ( but the beer was really expensive!) I’m glad we got to experience all of these!
So Ryan’s favourite dishes were Beef Rendang and Roti Canai and mine were the Sarawak Laksa and the Char Kway Teow ( we also delighted in saying this to each other randomly, over and over. We’re a little strange.) We both really, really loved the satay sticks at the food stalls over the road as well as the vegetarian dumplings were some of the best I’ve ever had. Amazing.
I was going to write more about the food, with lots of helpful descriptions, but now I’m hungry. So, you know how to use google, right?