A simple kopitiam that serves great hawker food called pork-mixed noodle.
A very affordable restaurant in Kota Kinabalu to enjoy a mouth watering steamboat buffet dinner.A Steamboat Chinese Dish Restaurant
If you want an all you can eat buffet and don’t want to pay a fortune for it, then steamboat buffet dinner at Yun Man restaurant will be a prefect choice for you. For only RM 20 per person, you can eat as much as you want. Not only this is affordable, steamboat buffet is also a fun way for families and friends to enjoy some delicious food and quality time. One does not need to have cooking skill like a celebrity chef such as Jamie Oliver or Chef Wan to make steamboat work. With steamboat you cook your own food by boiling them on a hot soup, the important point is making sure that the food is cooked, and your dinner will be a great night to remember.
The best Pan Main at Lintas area.
Arguably the best Bah Kut Teh restaurant in Sandakan.
At the district of Penampang, Mee Sup Pipin serves up some very tasty and mouth watering dishes.
The place to go for a good Bak Kut Teh in downtown Kota Kinabalu.
If you like Pork noodles, this is one kopitiam that you can not miss.
A must try fish mixed specialist at the Hilltop Commercial area, 6 km away from Kota Kinabalu.
Drive around the scarcely limited parking area of Lintas Plaza, one will not miss this always crowded eatery called Kedai Kopi Jia Siang. “Jia” means home, and “Siang” means smell nice in Mandarin. A good name is always important for any business, with “Jia Siang” being such a nice name no doubt business is booming. People come here for the ever so tasty pork-mixed noodle, just come once, and there is a guranteed return. For the past few years, Jia Siang Kopitiam has become very popular, and its legion of fans has been growing steadily ever since.
Tuck away at a quiet corner, unknown to many people, is this simple kopitiam, Kedai Kopi Kah Hing, that serves lovely pork mixed noodle. For those KK Lites who are lucky enough to have found Kah Hing Kopitiam, many have been coming back for more.
Pork mixed, or “Chu Chap” to the Chinese, is a mixture of pork body parts like heart, kidney, intestine, slice meat, egg rolls and meat ball. All these body parts are cooked and served with hot soup. The soup is boiled with special ingredient like herb and spices, which probably is in house secret recipe.