Despite claiming to be a Malaysian foodie, I am ashamed to declare that I have not been to the eastern states of Malaysia which are Sabah and Sarawak. Never did had the opportunity to visit these places but one day I will, don't you think so? After I found out about Long House Cafe, a little cafe that serves authentic Sarawakian food in Adelaide, I immediately made a few phone calls and before I realized it, I am at their doorstep!
First up, the cafe's walls are painted with different shades of pink which is just too adorable to ignore. Lots of seating area for diners and it reminded me of a typical kopitiam Malaysian kopitiam. Prices were reasonable for the portions that we got so we were pretty stoked:)
Teh C ~ I do not usually have caffeinated drinks at nights but this one had a mild caffeine kick to it and I found it refreshing, especially after a hot day in Adelaide.
Sirap bandung ~ basically rose water with a bit of red colouring and frothed with coconut milk (not entirely sure if it was coconut milk or ordinary milk gahh). Did not have a strange scent that you sometimes get with artificial flavourings. Yet another refreshingly delicious item!
Fried ngoh piang ~ ok, not exactly what the restaurant refers this to in their menu but it is close enough for me. Fried beancurd skin with meat filling, served with sweet chilli sauce. The little pieces were fried to perfection and it was not soaked in oil when it reached our table.
Very impressed with the standards that the restaurant tries to maintain and fingers crossed that things won't change too much despite getting more popular with the locals here! Cafe is opened for lunch and dinner on most days which is an added bonus, really! Lucky Adelaide-ians!!