Kadaiku™ , which in the local Malay dialect means "my shop", is a treasure cove of mementos that represent the magic and essence of Sabah, the Land Below the Wind. Housing an extensive collection of local handicraft and souvenirs, its mission is to promote Sabah's handicrafts by producing quality products for purchase.
The Sabah Tourism Board, or generally known as Sabah Tourism, is an agency of the Sabah State Government operating under the purview of the Ministry of Tourism, Culture and Environment. Sabah Tourism's primary responsibility is the marketing and promotion of tourism for the State.
A medium-sized establishment with a clean and comfortable atmosphere, this restaurant is among the first few Malay restaurants that offer the delectable Nasi Ayam Penyet menu, which has since gone viral.
For starters, you can try the famous Ayam Penyet. You can choose whether to have white rice, nasi kerabu (Malay rice dish which is blue in colour) or fried rice. The Ayam Penyet dish is accompanied with a platter of crunchy ulam (raw vegetables) and zesty sambal (chili paste).
Jalan Lintas, Kepayan Kepayan Perdana Commercial Centre
Kota Kinabalu , SB5° 55' 9.8652" N, 116° 3' 47.3544" E
Serving a wide variety of appetizers, mains and deserts, you can start whetting your appetite with the Signature Snack Platter (serves four) that includes crispy prawn-paste wings, bruschetta trio, baby burgers, and mini fish & chips.
For the omnivorous eater who loves a little bit of everything, opt for the Ultimate Platter (serves two) which consists of the signature BBQ chicken chop, grilled lamb shoulder, Hungarian beef stew and beer-battered fish & chips, and a choice of either French fries or potato wedges.
117, Jalan Gaya
88000 Kota Kinabalu , SB5° 58' 58.494" N, 116° 4' 36.048" E
Having tantalized the taste buds of many, Lucy’s Kitchen reaches beyond hard core durian lovers to cater culinary offerings, ranging from delicious homegrown Asian dishes to well-known Western delicacies.
88 Marketplace, Off Jalan Pintas-Penampang Lot 10, Ground Floor, Block H
88300 Kota Kinabalu , SB5° 56' 25.4364" N, 116° 4' 13.7928" E
Bringing authentic Southern Italian cuisine to Sabah is Grazie Ristorante—an Italian restaurant which is spearheaded by Chef Salvatore Marcelo who himself hails from Milan, with over twenty years of experience in the Food & Beverage industry.
No. 3-36, Suria Sabah
88000 Kota Kinabalu , SB5° 59' 15.5796" N, 116° 4' 37.9884" E