Food For Thought 196 – Farm House Kitchen Restaurant (Taste of Sarawak)

Farm House Kitchen Restaurant is a new restaurant in my neighbourhood which I accidentally discovered last week. As my friend and I were hungry and wanted to eat some simple, we went to another restaurant first but failed to find parking so we detoured to the other side of the area where we stumbled upon this new restaurant. The words “Taste of Sarawak” did intrigued me as I had not been sampling Sarawak cuisine for a long time now so we decided to give it a try.
Spanking new restaurant in my hood

The menu was alright with some signature Sarawak dishes like the Kolo Mee and Sarawak Laksa. I’m a sucker for dry noodle so I ordered the Sarawak Kolo Mee without a doubt, while my friend ordered the Sarawak Laksa to try. They were having some opening promotion with Chicken Rice or Sarawak Kolo Mee, with Ice Lemon Tea for only RM6.80, instead of the usual price of RM8.00.

Menu and Price – Pretty decent isn’t it?

Our noodles didn’t take long to be served. The Sarawak Laksa’s thick soup was extremely tasty, both of us loved the soup very much and that was enough to give it a big thumb’s up. Well for those who doesn’t know, Sarawak Laksa is actually very different from the curry laksa as the soup contains no curry at all. It has a base of Sambal belacan, sour tamarind, garlic, galangal, lemon grass and coconut milk, topped with omelette strips, chicken strips, prawns, fresh coriander and optionally lime. (Sauce: Wikipedia)

Sarawak Laksa for RM6.80
My Sarawak Kolo Mee turned out great too. I loved the texture of the noodle, a little sticky and chewy, not too soft. Of course the best part was the spicy sambal belacan that I requested extra which turned the whole bowl of noodle into yummy spicy dry noodle that I always love, speaking like a true chilli addict! Although it was not the pork version that the original Sarawak Kolo Mee (sliced chicken served here instead), it was still quite a good taste noodle that left me crave for more. The serving was generous too, I hope it would stay the same and not just some opening gimmick. 
 
Sarawak Kolo Mee for RM5.80
We also ordered the vegetables with oyster sauce for RM5.00 but it turned out a little too salty to my taste.
Vegetables with Oyster Sauce for RM5.00
I was happy to have discovered this new, simple no fuss restaurant and will definitely come back for the Sarawak Kolo Mee again. They do serve other Sarawak dishes like the Ketchup Kuay Teow and Sarawak Beef Noodle. Since it’s so near my house, I’m sure I’ll get to try more of their food… 

Address: Jalan PJU 8/5G, Damansara Perdana, 47820 Petaling Jaya (Behind Face to Face Noodle House)

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