D’Place previously located at Kepayan Perdana which is inconvenient for tourists and guests. They take the bold move to Plaza Shell which located at the center of Kota Kinabalu City.
The new D’Place Kinabalu at Plaza Shell offer much bigger space than the previous outlet. The previous outlet feel more “authentic” while the new outlet offer much more comfortable experience.
Me and Annie enjoying our local Kadazan-Dusun cuisine
live performance after the dinner.
Our previous review on D’Place Kinabalu. They still offer Butod (sago worm), a delicacy for the locals is served here. Best eaten raw
Raw butod served with fresh lemon
deep fried butod for the less adventurous
a complete ambuyat set with condiments, hinava, sambal, bamboo shoot, soup and basing fish (deep fried fish)
eating ambuyat with cantas, a chopstick-like utensil
chilipadi with lime, bambangan and tuhau, the essential condiments for Kadazan-Dusun cuisine.
“BAMBOO RICE” set. A combination with “gulu-gulu” concept which is the rice served in a bamboo together with the traditional Sabahan side dish as “Bambangan, Tuhau, Nonsom/Bosou ikan (Fermented fish with Rice), Hinava, Local kampung vege, and salted fish!
We are impressed with the foods at D’Place and will highly recommend to everyone who wants to try ethnic Sabah food.
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