The Balsam Buffet Restaurant was built in the early 1970s. This beautiful rock structure building and restaurant has been visited by many travellers to the Kinabalu Park, as for many years it is the only eatery in the Kinabalu Park Headquarters. Located about 40 feet below the administration office, the restaurant lies at a forest area which has a perfect view of the mountain under a clear sky. Many of the older folks will remember this restaurant with a kopitiam setting and had a very cozy fire place surrounded by sofas. Visitors often hanged around at the fire place for comfort at night, when temperature was much colder in the 70s, when there were plenty of trees around. After the taking over by Sutera Harbour Management group, around 2000, this place has been transformed into a high class restaurant. Today the interior of the building receives a much better detail in design and setting.
An all new cafe and restaurant at the 1st floor of KK Central Market. Specialise in buffet seafood steamboat.
A nice and cosy small resort at Kinarut.
Buffet dinner at Five Sails is a nice and full affair, loads of interesting gourmets to fill up ones stomach. Five Sails is one of the restaurants at the Magellan Sutera Resort. Guests get to choose the cool interior air condition room or the open air pool side seating area. Buffets are served daily at breakfast and dinner, except on every Sunday a mid-noon grand lunch time buffet is included.
Planning for a wonderful and affordable buffet dinner with friends and families? Why not try out the Fishermen Village (Kampung Nelayan) Floating Seafood Market Restaurant which is specialised in Seafood, as well as BBQ and Steamboat buffet. Located about 10 minutes away from the Kota Kinabalu City centre, and at the entrance of Tun Fuad Stephens Park (Bukit Padang), most of Fishermen Village Restaurant was build on top of a small lake.
One nice place to enjoy a hearty buffet in downtown Kota Kinabalu is at the Tanjung Ria Cafe at Hyatt Regency Kota Kinabalu. Hyatt Regency Kota Kinabalu location at the centre of the city makes it very appealing to tourists and local alike. Buffets are served at Tanjung Ria Cafe during breakfast, lunch and dinner. Most of the nights International Buffet is the main theme, except on Friday night Indian Buffet is served and on Saturday night Texas and Mexican Buffet is served instead. For those who like an extra feast the Hi-Tea on Saturday and Public Holidays is a must, guests are treated to the International Lunch Buffet at Tanjung Ria Cafe plus the Japanese Restaurant Buffet next door, yes two in one.