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Eat Tarap Sabah Style

Have you try Tarap before? not sure how to eat it? see our video on how to eat Tarap Sabah style! Buah tarap (also called Marang in Philipines) is a fruit that is native to Borneo. They are related to breadfruit and jackfruit. tarap is very easy to open and the the flesh is creamy white. You could pick them ...

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Food Review – Chef Tan’s

  Food Quality :  Tasty meal Ambiance : Clean and bright. Cosy little restaurant Service :  Friendly service Location :  Located at Peak Vista. New hotspot for cafes Parking: Limited parking during lunch hour. Price : Good pricing for coffee. Fair price for quality food GPS Location : 5.9954495N 116.0862744E ADDRESS: The Peak Vista (Ground floor) Lorong Puncak 1, Tanjung Lipat, 88400 Kota Kinabalu, SABAH   One of the first restaurant to open ...

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5 places for Halal food in Kota Kinabalu

local food Kedai Kopi Kak Tini this local coffee shop at the corner facing Lintasan Corner offer a cheap and affordable Malay food to the locals. Try their soto daging/ayam or have an afternoon tea break while having fried banana by Atan’s Fried Banana operating from a stall at Kak Tini Shop. Fook Yuen server one of the best bread ...

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Tenom Eats – The Morning Pork Affair at Tenom Market

A good day starts with a great breakfast. In Tenom, the locals’ favourite place for breakfast is at the 1st floor of Tenom Market (pasar Tenom), where the fresh Hakka egg roll and pork meat ball are being served. There are a few stalls at the non-muslim section selling the same dish. The choices are simple: dry noodle or noodle ...

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Eat Like A Local : Lok Kyun Tuaran Mee

When we think of Tuaran town, we will think of Tuaran fried noodle. Locals usually call it Tuaran Mee. Tuaran noodle is different from other types of noodle because the it is made of batter of egg yolk and flour. One of the most famous shops in Tuaran is Lok Kyun Restaurant. It has been operating for more than 60 years. Lok ...

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