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Top breakfast places in Kuching you should try

Top breakfast places in Kuching you should try

Wondering what’s for breakfast in the City of Cats? Well you’ve come to the right place, because Kuching offers cheap, satisfying and delicious breakfast/brunch that’ll surely put a big smile on your face.
Here, we list the places that serve awesome breakfast, and what to try at each place:

 

IN THE CITY CENTRE


Oriental Park

Famous for its authentic-tasting kolo mee, served with char siu (barbecue pork). There are two types of kolo mee you can try here: red (lard sauce) and white.


Address:

Gertak Lane, 93000 Kuching, Sarawak (Click HERE to Google Map)

Open Daily from 5am – 1pm . Closed on Tuesday

Non-halal


Top breakfast places in Kuching you should try

 


Kim Joo

Located at the nostalgic Carpenter Street, Kim Joo has been around since 1958, serving its famous ‘Zheng’- what the locals call mixed pork soup – that comes with a bowl of ‘kosong’ kolo mee. The tomato mee here is a must-eat also. 


Address:

73, Jalan, Ewe Hai St, 93000 Kuching, Sarawak (Click HERE to Google Map)

Open Daily from 6.30am – 2pm . Closed on Monday

Non-halal


Top breakfast places in Kuching you should try

 

Nyan Shin Café

For generations, Nyan Shin Café has been selling handmade Hakka-styled noodles in Kuching. The star menu at this café is none other than its mutton mee which is served with soft and tender mutton.


Address:

24, Carpenter St, 93000 Kuching, Sarawak (Click HERE to Google Map)

Open Daily from 6am – 11am

Non-halal


Top breakfast places in Kuching you should try


 


PADUNGAN AREA


Chong Choon Cafe

Another famous place in Kuching for Sarawak laksa, sold here at Poh Lam Laksa stall. Other stalls selling breakfast dishes like mee jawa and roti kahwin toasts are worth a try too. Come early because Chong Choon is a busy all-in-one breakfast place.


Address:

275, Jalan Chan Chin Ann, 93100 Kuching, Sarawak (Click HERE to Google Map)

Open Daily from 6:30am – 12pm (Wednesday to Monday) . Closed on Tuesday

Pork-free


Top breakfast places in Kuching you should try

 

Mohammad Lim Kolo Mee

For folks who want to try a halal and authentic Chinese-style kolo mee, go to Mohammad Lim’s Kolo Mee. It is to die for!


Address:

56, Jalan Padungan, 93100 Kuching, Sarawak (Click HERE to Google Map)

Open Daily from 7am – 3pm . Closed on Monday

Halal


Top breakfast places in Kuching you should try


 


BAN HOCK AREA


Choon Hui Café

The Sarawak laksa at this kopitiam was featured as “breakfast of the Gods” by the late celebrity chef Anthony Bourdain. Besides that, kolo mee, popiah and the charcoal toast are also a must try. 


Address:

34, Ban Hock Road, 93100 Kuching, Sarawak (Click HERE to Google Map)

Open Daily from 6.30am – 11am . Closed on Mondays

Non-halal


Top breakfast places in Kuching you should try


 


BATU LINTANG


Joo Seng Cafe

A crowd’s favourite, Joo Seng Cafe is a testament to Sarawak’s racial tolerance and harmony. Malay and Chinese stalls operate side-by-side in this kopitiam, serving its popular roti kahwin toasts, mee jawa, chicken rice and bubbly teh tarik drink. 


Address:

No. 125, 1 1/2 Miles, Jalan Rock, 93200 Kuching, Sarawak (Click HERE to Google Map)

Open Daily from 5:30am – 5pm . Closed on Sunday

Pork-free


Top breakfast places in Kuching you should try

 

Rojak Kucei

Rojak Kucei is a legendary stall in Kuching selling rojak ayam, which is a crispy fried chicken in a mixture of peanut gravy, along  with fritters, tofu and bean sprouts. On Saturdays, this stall sells rice biryani. The queues are long here but it’s definitely worth the wait. 


Address:

Jalan Batu Lintang, 93200 Kuching, Sarawak (Click HERE to Google Map)

Open Daily from 8am – 5pm (Monday), 8am – pm (Tuesday), 8.30am – 3.30pm (Wednesday), 8am – 2pm (Thursday), 8am – 5pm (Friday), 8.30am – 7.30pm (Saturday) . Closed on Sunday

Halal


Top breakfast places in Kuching you should try

 

Sadiqin Lim Kampua & Bak Kut Teh

This stall serves all kinds of halal Sibu-style kampua, made fresh by owner Mohd Sadiqin Fairuz Lim. There are three kinds of kampua sold here which are Kampua Masin (salted), Kampua Sos (with chilli) and Kampua Manis (sweet), besides Mee Sua and Wonton. They also have Beef Bak Kut Teh.


Address:

Batu Lintang Food Court Stall 15, Kuching, Sarawak (Click HERE to Google Map)

Open Daily from 7am – 12pm

Halal


Top breakfast places in Kuching you should try


 


SATOK


Fu Yu Café

Fu Yu café is a one-stop cafeteria in Satok selling a huge selection of halal Sarawakian fare such as kolo mee and mee jawa. But its famous dish is undoubtedly none other than Sarawak laksa, sold at Laksa Dewi stall. 


Address:

516-518, Lorong Rubber 10, 93400 Kuching, Sarawak (Click HERE to Google Map)

Open Daily from 6am – 12pm

Halal


Top breakfast places in Kuching you should try

 

Yong Hua Café

Another legendary café that exhibits Sarawak’s racial harmony, Yong Hua café has been attracting customers since it began operating in 1984. Popular here are mee sapi, bak kut teh (substituted with beef), mee jawa and satay. 


Address:

No. 318, Ground Floor, Lorong 5 Off Jalan Satok, 93400 Kuching, Sarawak (Click HERE to Google Map)

Open Daily from 6am – 2pm

Pork-free


Top breakfast places in Kuching you should try

 

Sepinang Sari Café / Mee Sapi Haji Salleh

One of the best eateries that sells halal kolo mee, serving it with beef as a substitute, hence why it is called mee sapi here. Like most kopitiams in Kuching, roti kahwin toast is also sold here. Come early to avoid the long queue.


Address:

Lot 206, Section II, Ground Flr 93400, Kuching, Sarawak (Click HERE to Google Map)

Opening hours: 5:30am-1pm daily

Halal


Top breakfast places in Kuching you should try

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