The shop is called Seng Wan Bakery located opposite a market at Rejang Park. Interesting looking chicken.
Alamak..am too short. Can't see lah...
Papa..Papa...you are very tall and strong oh....
Go there! Nearer....I wanna see..
Hmmm it's like Roti Tempayan. They make the dough then shape it.
Then they paste it on the wall of the wall of the "crock pot". They still use Charcoal to heat the "crock pot"
When it's done, the Uncle took the Kompia out from the Crock Pot using a stick and a net sort of instrument.
MMmm...fresh from the pot.
Put into a basket to cool down. The ones with Sesame Seeds are salty
WHile those without, are sweet. Mamarazzi preferred the sweet ones. Taste so GOOD when dipped into hot Kopi O.
On the way to our car, we spotted this. Uncle Arthur bought some for us to taste.
It's called Tee Piang. It's made of Soya Bean Pulp according to Uncle Arthur.
But I was too excited to finish the whole piece coz our next destination is our "first" breakfast of the day. Yup...you heard me right coz there was a second breakfast.
While in Sibu, we practically ate each meal twice.