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Best Kompia in Kuching
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I knew Kompia is not well known in Kuching compare to Sibu or specifically to Foochow people. Now you can find kompia in a few coffee shops in Kuching.

I don't think the kompia was made in Kuching, maybe it they send it from Sibu.

Recently tasted a few and found out that the one in Rocket Cafe is quite nice. Anyone have experience of eating Kompia in Kuching?

Kompia in kuching not the one that just take out from the inner part of a big "oven" but rather deep fried again and sucking with meat.

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Re: Best Kompia in Kuching
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What is 'kompia'?

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Kompia is something like the burger bun we buy from bakery shop but is smaller in size and a bit hard to chew. Can find a lot of these in Sibu market.

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Re: Best Kompia in Kuching
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What is 'kompia'?


Can someone post some photos of 'kompia' here for the interest of Mocha? ha...ha....

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Re: Best Kompia in Kuching
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hi all,

ah! i love kompia very much but the ones from sibu, high street.

however, it must be baked and not fried like those u find in kuching. coz when u fry it, all the oil gets absorbed into konpia and u ended eating a lot of oil.

i think most shops in kuching fry the kon pia instead of baking it in oven and stuff meat in between.

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Re: Best Kompia in Kuching
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This is the kompia that suck with meat.

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Actually kompia got a few types, the one that small and quite chewy one is the most popular and it's taste a little bit salty. Got another type bigger one, soft and sweet.

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is it the same as heong peah?

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I have never seen anything like that in my life but it looks delicious.

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Re: Best Kompia in Kuching
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Nope, heong peah is flaky pastry filled with a sweet honey filling.
Local kong Pia is a crispy fried bun filled with sweet meat

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