KCH is a modern Malaysian hawker-style eatery with an open kitchen that fires up old-school classics with a modern twist. Whether it’s wok-fired noodles, savoury curries, or delightful sweets they have got it going on.

Kuching (KCH in short) is the capital city in the state of Sarawak, Malaysia. Like many other cities, Kuching is a food heaven that has been growing in popularity over the past few years. Originating from Kuching, owners Calvin and Gan have brought their love of the food back home into a more modern and approachable style of food to the lovely Angove Street.

One of the most popular dishes from Kuching is the famous Kuching Laksa, which was also referred to as the "Breakfast of Gods" by the late Anthony Bourdain. No matter, if it’s Kuching’s famous Kuching Laksa that you’re after or other old-time Malaysian favourites like Chicken Rice and Char Kueh Tiaw, you will definitely be leaving with a big smile on your face.

The WA Good Food Guide is a celebration of all that is excellent in the Western Australian dining scene across all areas of cooking, entrepreneurship, wine, beer and service and this is what they have to say about KCH, part of The Top 100 list - "A next-generation Malaysian hawker repping modernised classics and cult weekend specials."