Looking for Halal/Muslim friendly food around Kota Kinabalu City Center? More eateries open up around Kota Kinabalu City Center offering good variety of foods and also muslim friendly foods for tourist and locals. Most of the shops are muslim friendly nut not certified halal as they didn’t apply for the licence but they serve no pork and employ Muslim worker.
Listed are some of the certified halal eateries or muslim friendly eateries:
Borenos is a local Sabah Fried Chicken food chain with 2 outlets at Center Point and Asia City. They offer Fried chicken, snacks and their signature food is their Fried Spring Chicken. Crispy outside and juicy inside.
Location: Lot G23, Ground Floor, Star City North Complex, Jalan Asia City
Opening hours: 24 hours
Tanjung Ria Kitchen, Hyatt Regency Kinabalu
Serve one of the best buffet in town. Their must try food is the Oxtail Assam Pedas and Indian Naan.
Location: Jalan Datuk Salleh Sulong, Hyatt Regency Kinabalu
Open during Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner
Muslim Friendly Restaurants/ Eateries
ASquare Kota Kinabalu
Asquare Kota Kinabalu is the first creative container night food market in Kota Kinabalu and there are over 60 types of foods to choose from from independent food stalls. Open daily from 5pm to 11pm. Asquare provide a one stop food street in Kota Kinabalu City Center.
Location: Between Promenade Hotel and Wawasan Plaza
Opening hours: 5pm to 11pm
Yee Fung Laksa
Yee Fung Laksa is one of the most popular coffee shop in Kota Kinabalu City Center and the shop is alway full packed with tourists and locals. They serve laksa, beef noodle, and claypot chicken rice.
Location: Jalan gaya
Opening hours: 6.30am to 6pm
Cafes at Jalan Dewan
If you are into cafes, check our the cafe scene at Jalan Dewan, a printer street converted intro a cafe street at the edge of Kota Kinabalu City center. Few notable cafes are October Coffee operated by Korean couple, Nook Cafe and Biru Biru Cafe where the backpackers hang out.
Serve Malaysian Cuisine such as Tuaran Mee, Nasi Lemak, Hokkien Mee and Nasi Briyani. They have 4 outlets around Kota Kinabalu and their Imago Mall outlet is located at the LG of the Mall.
Kedai Kopi Yuit Cheong
Kedai Kopi Yuit Cheong is the oldest Coffee shop in Kota Kinabalu (previously Jesselton). Their first shop open at Gaya Island and they move to current location at Jalan Pantai more than 50 years ago. Locals gather at Yuit Cheong for satay and bread over a cup of coffee for afternoon tea.
Location: Jalan Pantai
Opening hours: 6am to 6pm
Welcome Seafood is the most popular Seafood restaurant in Kota Kinabalu and the place is always full of tourists. The seafood price is cheap and they offer a wide variety of seafood.
location: G15-18, G/F, Komplek Asia City
Opening hours: 12pm to 11.30pm
Asia Rasa Cafe
Offers over 50 types of Malay dishes during lunch hours. Asia Rasa Cafe is famous for lunch time. Be early as their run out of food by 1pm! They also serve different kind of Hinava (sotong Hinava, Fish Hinava)
Location: D-0-3, Lorong Capital, Sabah
Opening hours: 7am to 9pm
D’ Place Kinabalu
D Place Kinabalu serve traditional KadazanDusun Food. They provide Ala Carte menu during lunch time and buffet for dinner with performances.
Opening hours: 11am to 4pm, 6pm to 10pm
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