八点地Tomato Fried Wanton

八点地, located somewhere deeper down Stutong Baru, passing Lions Nursing Home, has this well known fried wanton in tomato sauce. They only operate at night if I’m not mistaken. I remember the first time I went there was with a bunch of crazy guys. How time flies.

Anyways, from the main road, opposite a block of shophouses, you’ll see an uncle making Kolo Mee and an aunty cooking the fried kiaw / fried noodles / fried kueh teow in tomato sauce.

Depends on luck, sometimes you only have to wait for a while for your turn, but at times, like us, a month ago, we waited for about an hour before our food were served.

and the famous Fried Wanton in tomato sauce.

Self service for drinks. Just go to their refrigerator and grab the drinks you wanna drink because the bosses there have no time to entertain you. Haha.

Looking at the camera purplish effect reminds me that I’ve sent in my phone to HTC on 3rd September for warranty. Until today.. there is still no news from HTC :(

This is worse than kidnapping. Kidnap you might still receive call from them for ransom.. but my phone.. I still have to call them to check with them and got answers from them the phone is still under repair !!

When HTC told me they only need two weeks, I was assuming that I’ll only get my phone in a month’s time. But look at the current condition, no one knows what happened to my phone, I doubt I can get it in a month’s time. It has been more than 3 weeks d :(

I miss you my HTC One.. When can my smile be captured by you again?

  • suituapui

    I love this tomato mee or kway teow, Kuching style. Used to love the ones at the stall at Palm Road…or Batu Lintang. Dunno where to find the good ones now. These look really good…

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    ahlost Reply:

    @disqus_F1wc19v35L:disqus : both places that you told me, i haven’t tried them.. argh.. This one that I went.. maybe you need to fill up your stomach with some food before going over for their food and you need to have a lot of patience too.. haha.. we waited quite long for this eh.. but worth it.. :)

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  • Poh Huai Bin

    This is one of the things I miss about Kuching! :)

    The tomato fried mee (with crispy fried noodles!). I can never get that in KL and I like ordering it in Hokkien! Haha!

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    ahlost Reply:

    @pohhuaibin:disqus : hahahaha.. for a second, i was thinking.. what is tomato in hokkien !!!

    aahhh.. i’m missing this food again after reading the post and your comment :D

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  • Sin Tan

    It’s a training for patient…

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    ahlost Reply:

    @sintan:disqus : hahaha !! wanna go again? :D

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  • dml248

    Rose, My first visit to your site. Started reading about your fitness first training and really like your dedication to fitness and wanting to share this passion with others.
    About that HTC One. Most often your cell provider should just exchange to malfuncitioning phone for a new one. OTOH the Galaxy S4, Galaxy Note II, (my phone) and the new Note III have quite good cameras and bigger screens that work well for a male with larger hands.
    Great blog, many more posts for me to get caught up with!
    David

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    ahlost Reply:

    @dml248:disqus : hehehe.. thank you.. i kinda miss the training now. crazy training trained the crazy me :D

    as for HTC One.. nope.. they normally will just sent the phone for warranty. if they’re able to fix, they will.. or else they will just drag your phone until you made a massive complain about them. hahaha..

    thank you for dropping by and thank you for your comment. :)

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