Kiong Kee Kopitiam at Gaya Street serves many types of Chinese Hawker foods, like curry laksa, pan mee, and kon-lou noodle. It is also a good place to have economic rice.
A very good place to enjoy a tasty bowl of Penang prawn noodle.
Sri Melaka specialises in the fusion of Chinese, Malay and Nyonya cuisines.
Excellent curry fish head is served at this Indian restaurant.
A small little restaurant at Penampang that prepares great tasty Baba Nyonya foods.
Original coffee from the colonial time, and the ever popular toast bread with butter and kaya, these two items are the most memorial food and drink from the Olde Station Kopitiam. These two are also the must have products here.
Walk into any Olde Station Kopitiams and immediately one is overwhelm with the strong smell of burn charcoal. The burn charcoals are still used to toast the white bread here.
The Olde Station Kopitiam has already opened 2 outlets in Kota Kinabalu, one in City Mall and another one in Warisan Square. The third Olde Station Kopitiam is scheduled to open in 1Borneo on March 2008.