Here, we list some BTcard food and beverages merchants that offers delivery services throughout the city, so that you savour delicious foods while also practice social distancing and #stayhome, helping the world to #flattenthecurve.
Tucked away amidst old shops and lodgings in Kuching’s Upper China Street is the jolly ol’ Pinggai Café. Rather unassuming in its appearance as seen from outside, Pinggai Café is a treasure trove of delicious Sarawakian cuisine, leaning towards typical local food enjoyed by Sarawakian households.
There are three factors why the best pepper comes from Sarawak: the combination of Sarawak’s hilly slopes, Sarawak’s unique soil composition and Malaysia’s tropical climate. These very factors create pepper with a very distinct flavour and aroma. Hence, putting Sarawak pepper on the international spotlight, among other pepper varieties.
Have you ever ordered nasi lemak and thought, “This nasi lemak needs more sambal” or “This is a child’s portion!”, or something like that? Don’t worry because you’re not alone.
Come weekend, one question pops up in everyone’s head: “Where to go?” And a popular suggestion is: “The wet market.” Although there are many markets throughout Sarawak, only a select few truly stands out. One of them is the Serian Wet Market.
Hungry for something different during the weekend? Here’s a suggestion: Head out to R&R Tok Nan in Asajaya. Why? Here’s why: Udang Galah noodles!
They may not mean much to today’s kids, but back then, these sweet treats were all the rage!
While there are many Sarawakians who are keeping up with progress of the modern age, a few are still left behind.
Some of the best Korean food can be found right here in Kuching, at Seoul Garden. Now, we’re not talking about the franchise.
NOMS Chapter Two offers some seriously food grubs in a comfort of a cosy restaurant.