Saturday, 5 December 2009

Fried chicken feet 炸鸡脚 & Midin @ Spring Garden Cafe, Bintulu, Sarawak



*flying all the way to the east*
Yes, we will be going to Bumi Kenyalang (Land of the Hornbills)--- SARAWAK!











This "Gie Ka" (Chicken Feet in FooChow) is one of the best of its kind in East Malaysia.



The shop is usually flooded with customers 99% of the time! Hmmm, guess there's always a price to pay (wait) when the food is good.








Let me introduce to u guys a rather unique dish that is very popular amoung the Sarawakians - Midin (or Milin). Midin is a type of EADIBLE fern that can be found in the jungles of Sarawak, and it is usually "harvest" by the Iban tribe.


There is a variety way of cooking this dish. One of my favourite is "Midin Umai" - The midin is boiled and mixed with lime juice + chilli + onion + soysauce... Mmmhmmmm, it's really CRUNCHY!

Price: RM5-10/ person

Address:
Spring Garden Cafe, (behind Regency Plaza Hotel)
Pusat Tmn Sri Dagang
97000 bintulu
Sarawak

Ratings: 7/10

7 comments:

  1. Why do the nice things have to be so far away... DX

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  2. I love milin and paku with belacan!! :D

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  3. There's a lot more nice dishes in Spring Garden~ nvm, u can introduce them again when u chia me there next time ya :)

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  4. the fried sotong thr also not bad o... u can go try~~ u make me feel hungry now... feel like wanna eat "gie ka" and fried sotong o...><

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  5. Joyce C. : dun worry... just make a plan and come to Sarawak la! everyone can fly with Air Asia... Lol

    theeggyolks: yaya... with BELACAN!!! I oso love to eat milin cooked with FooChow rice wine(福州红酒) la... hehe

    wendy & emily: Both of u more expert than me la.. cum we go eat again k?! hehe

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  6. crunchy! i like crunchy food.. haha =D

    kenwooi.com

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  7. i miss home now seeing this.. *saliva drooling*

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