Charcoal-cooked porridge

This morning I drove all the way to Lutong bazaar for my favourite breakfast – charcoal-cooked rice porridge. The stall is located at Lutong Cafe, or better known as Kedai Wong, since the surname of the coffeeshop owner is Wong. Priced at only RM3.00 per bowl, it is served with meat ball, one raw chicken egg, with a little salt and seasoning.

The stall is owned by the man above who came from Kuching. He has been operating the stall with his wife for more than 15 years. Give it a try while you are in Miri!

Porridge: a food made of oatmeal, or some other meal or cereal, boiled to a thick consistency in water or milk.

2 thoughts on “Charcoal-cooked porridge”

  1. LOL Lasapka.. nahh, no intention to do that, but just to record and share what I like. Different blogger, different angle (way of looking at a similar issue).

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