Thursday, November 24, 2016

Yun Xiang Sarawak Kolo Mee & Sarawak Laksa

Came across this stall at a coffeeshop at Toa Poyah area the other time after the Park Connector walk.  There used to be a stall at Taman Jurong Food Centre that i quite like their foods there, but they have closed down end of October.  Since i came across this stall, decided to patron the stall.


(1) The name of the stall is called Yun Xiang Sarawak Kolo Mee - Laksa


(2) The stall


(3) Certificate of Award


(4) Star Award


(5) First round, i tried the Sarawak Kolo Mee, saw from the signboard they have red/white, ask them about it, and was told red is on the sweet side, at that time, i was undecided whether to have white or red, so i ask which is more popular, the reply was depends on individual, so in the end, i order the white.  It's comes with minced meat and char siew and a small bowl of soup. Price $3.50.


(6) The Kolo Mee


(7) The 2nd round i was there, i tried the Sarawak Laksa @ $4.50, it comes with 4 prawns, shredded chicken and egg.  Not bad to me, only that find the bee hoon is a bit too much.

Yun Xiang Sarawak Kolo Mee - Laksa
Blk 19 Toa Payoh Lorong 7
#01-264
Business Hour : 8am - 8pm

20 comments:

  1. Wahhhhhhhhh!!!! So many awards! Must be really nice. Red kolo mee has char siew oil...and like char siew, it is a little aweet. So lucky, can get all these Sarawak delights there...can't get my Singapore favourites here, unfortunately.

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    1. One of the day, i must try kampua mee to see what's the different...

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  2. Good Afternoon Zumba Queen.

    Good weather today. No rain and no shine.

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    1. Good evening TM... The weather is hot today...

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  3. I was told again that Singapore today sells the best Sarawak Kolo Mee, Kampua Mee and Sarawak Laksa. I tried a few and was quite convinced.

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  4. The Sarawak Laksa looks authentic. I must try Sarawak Kolo mee one day. There is one near my place.

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    1. Waiting for you to try out and blog about it, hehe...

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  5. generous with bihun ...good... bring me there when i visit ok

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    1. Right here waiting for you in Singapore, hehe...

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  6. 有機會的話,一定要兩種都要嘗試啊!

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    1. Out of the way, if not, i will go back for the wanton, unless i am in the vicinity...

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  7. I had tried kolo mee before and would like to try Sarawak laksa in the future!

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  8. Both the noodles look so yummy! Can take me there when I visit Singapore? Lol!

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    1. Maybe can arrange with Claire to come Singapore together, hehe...

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  9. This must be good as award winning stall.

    Must tell my Singaporean cousins on this. Maybe they knew, maybe not. They love and miss kolo mee and laksa. Haha.

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    1. I miss it too since the stall i used to patron has closed down...

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  10. Waaa...it looks really delicious. Must be very good with so many awards. ^.^

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    1. Too bad quite a distance away from my place, if not, i will go try the wanton...

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