There are 3 restaurants in Sim-sim Floating Village, Sandakan. I ever blogged about the Sim-sim seafood restaurant here, which opens from morning til late evening. This one, that I am going to talk about only serves breakfast and early lunch. Its called by its house number: No. H84.
Unlike the other 2, H84 is truly the restaurant runner's home. Patrons eating at their living area during the day; at night, its where the children writing home work and the adults watching TV or playing Mah Jong. I am very sure they did play Mah Jong because during one of my visit to H84, my table was eventually the Mah Jong table, without the cubic and tokens of course.
|The drinks here is really "gao" (thick), satisfactory!|
|Hakka Chu Cheong Fun|
|Very good sambal belacan|
|Dao Ma Qie (刀麻切) or the noodle-cut, quite similar to Pan Mee (板面) |
but easily differentiate them: 1) The noodle's texture - Dao Ma Qie is more
sloppy as compared to Pan Mee. 2) Dao Ma Qie don't serve with Ikan Bilis.
|Kon Lo Spring Noodle (弹弓面， pronouce "Dan Gong Mian" in Hakka)|
|H84 is good at laksa as well, but not the best one...|
|H84's signature: Fried Bread with Prawn, with lots of sesame and Mayo.|
|H84 Food Stall, please see the map below for direction.|
FOODIOT'S POINT: 77%
Sim-sim Floating Village, Sandakan