Decent Chinese dinner, very fast service.
All in all, 89 Station serves surprisingly good food at unbelievably low prices.
I have to commend that the food served at 89 Restaurant was pretty decent and good!. It has the right flavour for not being overwhelming with salt or other spices!. The portion was pretty generous and the price was reasonable as well. Therefore, should you be in Kundasang, you could also check out this place. A simple place that offers decent food!.
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Bw Bus Restaurant yang terletak di Kg.Pinausok Ranau, sabah.A local Sabahan owned restaurant that turns antique buses into a modern dining cafe. Serving deli...
Despite the place being insta-worthy… the food could be better. The service was slow, the portions were small, and it’s rather pricey considering the small portion. They charge KL cafe prices for smaller portions than in KL. I tried their Hawaiian Pizza for RM18.90, and it was disappointing. It had very little toppings, though they were quite generous with the cheese.
Reasonably priced seafood, and fast service. The place is huge, not sure how many shop units combined.
Welcome Seafood Restaurant has their own special recipe when dealing with fresh prawns, and so we took their advice and proceed with Wet Buttermilk Prawn RM45.00 happens to be one of our favorites. The buttermilk prawn is scrumptious (fresh caught and cook), prawn itself is very juicy and tender, while the gravy tastes just like butter stir-fry with curry leaves, you will definitely suck all your fingers during the whole time! 😉
Yee Fung Ngiu Chap (Mixed Beef Noodle) RM8.50 – Beef broth serves with flat noodle, beef slice, beef tripe, beef stomach, beef tendon and etc. The broth was smooth and crystal clear, have a strong beefy taste in it which feels exactly like having authentic soup tulang (Indonesian beef bone soup), except that we have free noodles selection and extra beef toppings for this one.
The restaurant is renowned for three dishes: Yee Fung Laksa (怡丰叻沙), Yee Fung Ngau Chap (怡丰牛杂) and Claypot Chicken Rice (沙煲鸡饭).
Unlike the Penisular Malaysia style laksa, Yee Fung Laksa uses thin noodles akin vermicelli, and served along in a broth made with the coconut and curry, rendering it a mild coconut fragrance. Drizzle some lime to give it some tangy sensation. On top of the regular meat slices and prawns, the addition of fried egg slices gave it some unique taste portfolio.
Tuaran Mee - the famous egg noodles in Tuaran, Sabah. There are 3 versions: Goreng Mee (Fried), Kon Lau Mee (Dry) or Mee Sup (Soup) with various toppings lik...
The Fried tuaran mee is very tasty with nice texture, while the kolo tuaran mee with softer and sweeter. For the ingredients, you can choose sangnyuk or mixed.
The plate of noodles is lightly fried with egg and without excessive usage of soy sauce, rendering a natural yellow colour of the noodles. The noodles are springy, and certain part of the noodles are charred to give it a crisp sensation and added texture. My bowl of Tuaran Mee is topped with delicious pork slices.
Come for the view and enjoy a afternoon tea with scones (RM 30 for 2 person).
Sabah Tea Restaurant also serves a variety of local and Western dishes. Unfortunately, we did not have the opportunity to order more food today.
Overall, the food here is good, service is good but food serving is a little bit slow, environment is comfortable and price is reasonable too.
As a first timer in Little Italy, we asked the waiter for any recommendations and he immediately pointed out “Spaghetti Al Nero di Sepia” RM32.80 as their signature dish and its a must try. We took a huge chomp and the result turns out to be very positive, spaghetti is definitely homemade and al-dente, seafood is fresh and well seasoned with various herbs & spices, can obviously taste the fragrance of the squid ink which is perfectly synced with the whole dishes.
I got 100% satisfaction with my breakfast here, the price is around RM5 to RM11, take a look that the ingredients that they included into a bowl of noodle, it's GENEROUS! and taste SUPERB! It's a good start of my day.
Another signature dish from Seng Hing, Tom Yum!!! The tom yum at Seng Hing is quite different from the normal tom yum gong which you can find in Thailand. I think the tom yum at Seng Hing, or the whole KK is the improvised version by the local people. The tom yum soup is added with some 'coconut milk' or what we called 'san-tan' here in Malaysia. You just have to give this a try, it is spicy, a bit sourish with a rich aroma of 'san-tan', thumbs up!! The one in the photo is 'tom yum mee hun' with prawns.
Another type of Fried Tuaran Noodles with Rice Wine. The Rice Wine flavour was strong and that dish was good for me, but my mom prefer the dry fried Tuaran Mee more!
If you are fond of pork offal, you will certainly fall in love with this dish.
To me – the most accessible yet most delicious San Nguk Mian is Kedai Kopi Kim Hing Lee at Sinsuran – very near Imperial Boutec hotel and near Seng Hing (delicious Tuaran Mee), Less than 5 minutes walk from my hotel – very convenient for breakfast.
Food : 4.5/5 Cleanliness : 3.5/5 Service : 3.5/5
Cozy cafe, decent coffee but average cake.
makan dengan tteokbokki lagi. Sedap tteokbokki dia, memang antara menu yang wajib makan bila datang ke sini. Ada lg menu lain sebenarnya, tapi ni juga lah favourite.
Another cafe hopping day! From the name itself, you definitely can guess it's a Korean style cafe. Haru Cafe is located at Hilltop, near Restaurant Masakan Sedap. Parking is not a problem here because it's a private area and there is no charges for parking. And it's quite a huge cafe with many tables! If you are looking for a quiet place for your gathering, I guess this is a perfect one! Menu is fairly simple as there are not many choice to choose and prices are stated clearly on the menu.
Jia Xiang Sheng Rou Mian 家乡生肉面 is a popular spot to savour this local delicacy and they only operate a lone shop at Lintas. However, gone are the days of the bold taste with an aromatic dark soy sauce scent. The taste is more diluted now to almost halves of the previous taste. Luckily, the generous quantity of the soft and tender pork slices and delicious pork balls managed to salvage the taste of the lackluster noodle.
Aha, and here comes our main course after a long waiting journey (10-15 minutes), the Chubs Signature Pork Belly Platter RM29.80 serves with grill pork, mashed potato, and coleslaw. Right after one bite plus chow down to the throat, we immediately identify this dish is a must try on our list – The grilled pork was scrumptious, very juicy and tender, finely marinated and well seasoned, tastes a little bit of honey sweet and peppery, hard to describe the overall taste because it’s just too awesome! If you agree Nando’s is the best grill chicken in town, then we would suggest that the Chubs is the best pork grill in town, this is exactly what we feel after having Chub grills! 😉
The price not entirely cheap if compared with KL standard but reasonably prices I would say. Freshness of the seafood is unquestionably and the good varieties. Service was attentive, courteous and not pushy. Will definitely recommend this place if you look for decent seafood meal at K.K, Sabah.
Well, the duck breast meat was slightly tough and difficult to chew, and I would prefer the breast milk to be in sliced thinner. However, the taste was alight with more lean meat on the breast meat, something which I prefer. The duck breast sits on a bed of Bario (a type of Sarawak rice) risotto, which exhibited an unique fragrance but it was not risotto definitely due to the lacking of creaminess or richness of typical risotto should have. When eating along the duck breast with the sauteed vegetables (mushroom, french beans and corns), sweet potato puree, it tasted great.