Kueh Chap

KUEH CHAP is a traditional dish that originates from the Teochew community in China. The word “kueh” refers to any type of Chinese cake or pastry, while “chap” means mixture or assortment. This dish is known for its unique combination of flavors and textures.

Kueh Chap typically consists of a variety of ingredients, including braised pork belly, pig intestines, pig skin, hard-boiled eggs, tofu, and various spices and herbs. These ingredients are simmered in a flavorful broth, usually made with soy sauce, garlic, and other aromatic seasonings.

The dish is often served with steamed rice or rice noodles and accompanied by side dishes such as pickled vegetables or chili sauce. Kueh Chap is a popular street food in Southeast Asia, especially in Singapore, Malaysia, and Thailand, where it is enjoyed by locals and tourists alike.

With its rich and savory flavors, Kueh Chap is a beloved dish that represents the culinary heritage of the Teochew community. It is a testament to their culinary traditions and expertise in creating delicious and hearty dishes.

Location: https://goo.gl/maps/YtEREF4JhJfWJc9U8

Lot 89 Cafe

KUEH CHAP is a popular dish that originated from the Teochew region in China. It is a savory meal consisting of braised pork, offal, and tofu, served with flat rice noodles in a flavorful broth. Kueh Chap has since become a beloved culinary delight in several Southeast Asian countries, including Singapore and Malaysia.

One stall at Lot 89 Cafe offers one of the best kueh chap in Miri.

Location: https://goo.gl/maps/xhWUvfbLdBVdL8wD6

Breakfast at WZT Cafe

Kueh Chap, WZT Cafe

This morning, I brought my youngest son for breakfast at WZT Ca, located behind the newly opened Dragon Inn. I ordered my favourite Kueh Chap and Charles ordered his fried Kway Tiaw.

Fried Kway Tiaw

WZT Cafe has improved a lot on its table. Now their tables are more stable.. gone are the days when the shaky tables will end up with us spilling our drinks on the table. It is also covered with water proof semi-rubber table cloth.

Come early to avoid the ‘no more seat’ and ‘no parking’ issues. If you have any comments on the cleanliness, infrastructure, etc of the area, please let me know and I will be glad to bring up the matter to the City Council personally.