| Jia Xiang Sarawak Kuching Kolo Mee 家香沙捞越古晋kolo面
This slogan was heard very often for a period of time on television when Jia Xiang Sarawak Kuching Kolo Mee made its appearance in Singapore several years ago.
This restaurant serves Kolo Mee which is a type of Sarawak dry noodles that is popular among the locals of Sarawak and is usually served plain or with red char siew sauce. I ordered a Jia Xiang Mee 家香面 and a Jia Xiang Fried Chicken Kolo Mee 家香鸡面.
The first bowl of noodles had char siew, minced pork and some vegetables and paired with a bowl of soup with wonton and prawns in it. If you find the noodles to be too plain, you can add the chili sauce provided by the restaurant. The highlight of this dish was probably the noodle itself as it was cooked to a nice springy consistency. Ingredients wise was good but nothing special.
The second bowl of noodles was just as tasty and the chicken was surprisingly tender as I was not expecting it to be. The chili sauce was not spicy but very salty so I suggest adding the sauce in moderate amounts.
Overall, nice flavours but be warned that you will be very thirsty after the meal. Stock up on water!
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