No, we’re not talking about Bollywood superstar, Shah Rukh Khan. We’re referring to the Sarawak speciality noodle store right here in KL. If you’re looking for a good bowl of noodles, look no further, for SRK serves the best. What’s better is SRK Noodle House now has delivery in KL!
Now you can enjoy their famed noodles at the comfort of your home at any time you want. SRK Noodle House’s passion for authentic Sarawakian cuisine s reflected from their effort in maintaining the food emblem.
Be prepared to be enticed by multiple choices of the Sarawak kampua mee and bien nuik! If you’re from Sarawak you may feel right at home here. If not, reign in your excitement as you tread the journey of Sarawakian delights.
Here’s a list of must-haves while at SRK Noodle House, (or your own house) because they now deliver! Slurp away, peeps.
Commonly found in large towns like Sibu, Bintulu- Kampua Mee is a noodle of its own. It’s a different texture from the famous Kolok Mee. At SRK they only use the best – homemade and from Sarawak. That’s why you have to wait for the weekends for a hot bowl of these noodles. The pork lard in the noodles makes the noodles a slippery and satiating affair.
For an authentic meal, try the dry version of the Kampua Mee topped off with juicy Cha Siu, minced pork and scallions. The salty sauce will have you coming back for more. You should also try the Cha Sui Sauce Kampua Mee for a more pronounced pork flavour. For all those spice lovers out there, worry not SRK Noodle House serves all their noodles with a spicy option.
Traditional Sarawak laksa is a famous Sarawak noodle dish which looks like the normal curry laksa. That said, Sarawak’s take of this dish is slightly subtler in spice when compared to the normal curry laksa.
At SRK, they fly their house made laksa paste consisting of spicy sambal belacan, tamarind, lemongrass, herbs and spices with a little coconut milk- it doesn’t get more authentic than this. you’ll love the aromatic blend of herbs and spices that balance each other out. The subtle tang and spice notes are a great addition too.
Another Sarawak defining dish, bien nuiks are minced pork wrapped in thin, freshly-made dough. Slightly different from the wanton-the bien nuik is made with more dough than filling. So- you’ll get to slurp up these slippery goodness.
SRK Noodle house is best known for these under-filled dumplings. Originally, they’re technically menat to be a dish on their own- but people in KL often pair the Bien Nuik with a bowl of Kampua Noodles.
There you have it, a list of must-try Sarawak meals at SRK Noodle House. It’s the perfect place to start learning about the Sarawak culture. They host large crowds during lunch hours but fret not! Head on to the foodpanda app for a delivery for SRK Noodle House in KL; and have your favourite meals delivered to you.
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