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Reminiscing the old Gaya Street

by: Chai Moi Len Gaya Street, the oldest main street in Jesselton (Kota Kinabalu) was originally the Bond Street with buildings made of attap roofs and wooden structures. The fragile buildings were frequently razed to ground by fire, which most probably has given rise to the local name of Api Api to the town of Jesselton. Interestingly to note, even ...

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Eat Like A Local – Spicy Chicken @ Peppermint Vietnamese Restaurant

SPICY CHICKEN @ PEPPERMINT VIETNAMESE RESTAURANT In direct translation to Chinese, this dish is called “Weird Taste chicken”.This dish originates from Vietnam.Don’t let the name of this dish scare you – it’s actually pretty delicious (and not spicy entirely).The chicken is deep fried to perfection, like KFC… and a layer of special sauce is added on it before serving it to ...

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Food Review – Bombers Burger

Food Quality : dry and tasteless beef patties Ambiance :  well renovated with ample seating Service : not so friendly staff. Their manager blamed kitchen staff for food quality (funny) Location :  Located at Gaya Street, Central of Kota Kinabalu Parking:  hard to get parking during weekday. Need to park at DBKK open car park far away. Easy to find parking at night ...

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Food Review – Pasta Pasta @ Gaya Street

Pasta Pasta Food Quality :  Ambiance : The ventilation is very bad, smell like Pasta after having our meal here Service : Self Service Location :  Located at Gaya Street, Central of Kota Kinabalu Parking:  hard to get parking during weekday. Need to park at DBKK open car park far away. Easy to find parking at night Price :  RM6.50 for a serving ...

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Food Friday – Why we love Kedai Kopi Yee Fung

When locals think of Laksa, They think of Yee Fung. Somehow the taste also picked up by Chinese tourists visiting Sabah because it suits their taste. Yee Fung is located at Gaya Street where all the tourists walk and see. The menu at Yee Fung is simple, you can choose to eat Laksa, Beef Noodle (Ngiu Chap) or Claypot Chicken ...

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