I’m still tuning to get back my normal routine of blog writing, but it seems like I could really only start writing a good post after a long long break. Yeah, since I’ve done my house moving thing, everything settle, and life back to normal routine.
Just the last week, I went to Brunei twice, once up to Bandar and the other day we went up to Seria only. Whenever there’s friends and relatives visit from far, we surely bring them to Brunei for a short trip. Nonetheless, Excapade Sushi would be in the list.
The nearest town to Miri is Kuala Belait, which our friend En keep pronounce it as Kuala Be-Li-At. So we had our Sushi at 2pm and we continue to drive around Brunei. They did not plan to go up to Gadong as they still have more station to go after this. Hence we drive along to Seria.
Seriously, I think this is my 1st visit to Seria, really don’t have much impression on this little town. Looking at the building and the street, its really quiet and classic. Which does not bring any much attention to us, the passerby. While we are hunting for an ATM machine, we passby this “kopitiam”. The thing that caught our attention ain’t the shop, but the young ladies sitting inside.
To our curiousity, why young girls love to hangout at this old coffee shop, also at the same time for the guys to “wash eyes” so we decided to park aside the car and have a tea break in this shop.
This shop is actually just located on the main streets, which Seria only have that few row of shops it won’t be hard to notice. It is just the same row as the Maybank or Opposite of HSBC.
It was just about 3 pm, but the shop is crowded with customers. From young to old folks. Enjoying the afternoon tea time with friends and family.
As for me, I found this Universal Cafe is quite interesting.
It gave me the 60’s feel, very classical feel.
This is their kitchen, where bread and drinks were out from this station.
Their specialties, toast, roti bakar, all about bread.
I get the waitress to get me the best of the best, so she introduce me cheese toast, and roti bakar with kaya .
Somehow by the time we sat down, the girls left. Look at their disappointed faces. So so so handsome
For 3 glass of drinks and few pieces of Roti Bakar, it cost around BND 5.60. It’s cheap if it’s not converted to RM. If you have chance to drop by, then do try out their roti bakar. You gonna love the classic feel!