Monday, August 9, 2010

Leong Leong Cafe

One of my favourite place to get a snack on a hot afternoon while in Sibu will be a small coffee house called Leong Leong Cafe in Rejang Park.

This cafe had been established for ages and I remember my mother used to bring me here for cendol, rojak and kompia.

A bowl of this cool and refreshing cendol cost RM1.50 nowadays. Used to be RM0.30 cheaper few years back. The owner is very generous with the amount of red beans and grass jelly on it.

Kompia is Sibu's signature food and most popular pastry. At RM0.60 a piece, kompia can be eaten with stuffed pork, either in dry serving or soaked in rich flavour broth.

The rojak (RM3 or RM5) here is also a big hit but unfortunately I don't have the opportunity to feast on it as I was already full. The cafe also served fried noodles, bee hoon and kampua noodle.

9 comments:

dong ho said...

looks like it really is good. quite similar to one food here but really not that sure.

wenn said...

kompia looks delicious!

foongpc said...

Ooh! I want the cendol and the kompia!

SJB said...

Mmmm cendol.

Annie Q said...

Oh, i think this is the place my brother bring me during my last trip back in April.

Kompia and the cendol!

seen said...

very interesting especially Kompia. Do we have in here in KL?

ChrisAu said...

I like cendol!!

Bengbeng said...

i think i been to this place before. the kompia is nice

Keats The Sunshine Girl said...

Cendol is tops! Have not been to Sibu and kompia is something new to me.

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