we were having our weekly outing with da sitao one saturday…i think it’s an off day that day cos normally i had to work on saturday one…half day though
it’s our last saturday in sandakan 😦 so we pestered sitao to bring us to mum dai fun (大粉, which literally means big noodle, aka kueh teow). and 1.5hours later, we ended up here. yup, we were staying in a desert. sandakan is very popular with this kinda floating restaurants…hidden behind floating houses
aiyo, see also no appetite niao :S
we still braved ourselves in though
it’s a must-mum sandakan specialty (i think) wei. i have heard about dai fun since day one i landed in sandakan. it was meant to be my first luchie in sandakan, but it’s sold out 😦
ok la, quite clean compared to da previous snapshot phew!
there’s actually two restaurants for us to choose but da other like no many patrons…so we chose this sim-sim seafood restaurant wihch serves no pork 😦
see, we were right, this eatery is femes one. come out in newspaper some more.
but they don’t serve dai fun T______T
nice view emmm…
it’s sour enough, but it would be better if it’s spicier. how can a tomyam NOT spicy le?
soem fresh gems sauna-ing in da soup
others ordered da same wihch is this kon lou min. looked delicious, but im not a fan of kon lou min, so…
whoever will be going to sandakan, u MUST order seafood for every meal okie!
u won’t get such fresh and cheap seafood other than sandakan, kk’s is pricier okie!
沙白, a type of shellfish.
these are tong fong lo…i have never seen them in peninsular though
okie, we were satiated. off we went to do our weekly ritual of grocery shopping 😀