After a few hours of walking on Hawaii Beach and trying to catch a beautiful sunset my friends and I adjourned to a little corner shop(Riam Willow Cafe) near the junction of the Miri Bintulu Road and Airport Road - just opposite the Army Camp at Mile 1 1/2.
Here we ordered the Char Siew Oil Kampua and a Mixed Toufoo and Liver Vegetable Soup for four. We had barley and lian teh to go with the meal. Simple and delicious!!
The noodles are soft and luscious. The char siew oil is very tasty and completely different from olive oil which goes well with pasta.
Lovely Foochow style soup. I love the toufoo in it.
The proprietor of the stall is a lady who is very organised and the bowls of noodles are served by a small thin waitress who is pleasant and helpful. She is quick when we asked her to get us "chili potong" and "chili blend". I like my soup with lots of chili and vinegar so the chili potong is the one I like. My friends however like the chili blend which is chili sauce blended by the proprietress herself.
It was a nice evening out altogether!!