Most people would prefer to hit Jakar in the morning before noon!! And for only one reason - the Prawn Noodles!!
|Happy is the man who can enjoy his Prawn Noodle.....with good chopsticks skills and all...|
This is Mr. Benson a retired Headmaster from Miri who is enjoying his noodles.
A very exceptional characteristic of Sarawakians is that all of them try their very best to use the chopsticks and enjoy the food or culinary art of other races.
Being able to enjoy each other's food or sharing of food is such a comforting sight in Sarawak.
Many restaurants today depend on the support of all the races. Hence menus do cater for the taste buds of other races.
Service of the waiters and waitresses also have improved over the years. Customer service is just so important to maintain profits and reputation.
And it is good that the chefs and the proprietors can speak the local languages. Indeed the Jakar Chinese towkays all speak excelent Iban and BM..and some even speak Melanau. Linguistic skills often endear the business people to their clients.
And for the noodles...extra heat from the extraaaaa chillies do go a long long way...
A warm reception is always a good sign for good business.