If you happen to pass by Damai Commercial Centre or need a quiet place for meal, why not give Funky Town a go. For the 80s folks, you may remember “Funky Town” as a hit song in the 80s disco era. Now fast forward two decades into the noughtie, Funky Town is a nice restaurant and bar, that serves simple western and local cuisines. Guests can dine at the outside tables or enjoy the cooler air-conditioned interior. The interior design can be described as moderate, except for the right side entrance, which is a heaven for music lovers, especially those who are into the 60s to 80s music scene. The owner also has a good collection of records, and some of these records are on display on the wall. In today’s digital world, it is nice to see this yesteryear vinyl records still working properly, as sweet music is still played on a turntable. The management also welcomes guests to bell out a song or two, with a guitar provided on stage.
From left to right:
- Mushroom Sauce
- Pineapple juice and lime juice
The food served here is really simple but yet delicious. The Western food selection includes lamb chop, fish & chip, grilled chicken, steak and spaghetti. For those who prefer local style cooking then the familiar name like nasi lemak, fried noodle and fried rice are on the menu. Snack foods like burgers, cakes, sandwiches, salad, onion rings, fries, can also be found in the side order section. The restaurant also offers beer and selected wines.
Business Hours: 11am to 12am (mid-night)
Tuesday to Sunday, Monday Off
How to go there? Funky Town is located at the Damai Plaza Phase Four, and the shop is located near the Glory Church. Damai Plaza can be reached from KK city through Kolam road, some 5km away.
Unit 34, Lot 46, Block E, Damai Plaza Phase Four,
Kota Kinabalu, Sabah, Malaysia.
tel: +6088 236 129