Maxis recently launched #maxis4gmakanlokal campaign on their Instagram. The campaign purpose is to explore the food places on Maxis 4G-ready locations in Malaysia. Maxis work with 5 Instagrammers to across Malaysia, each venture into one of the 5 regions – North M’sia (Penang & Ipoh), South M’sia (Johor & Malacca), Klang Valley & Seremban, Sabah, Sarawak. Check out the location of food places around Malaysia through #maxis4gmakanlokal on Instagram
Subaheats is selected as the platform to explore food places on Maxis-4G ready locations in Sabah. After going through internal research and recommendation from the locals. Here are the 9 selected food place on Maxis-4G ready location around Sabah:
1. Sungai Wang Restorant, Kudat
There are abundance of fresh seafood at Kudat town but it’s not easy to find a good restaurant at night as most of the shop close at night. Luckily Sungai Wang Restaurant open for night and serve delicious Chinese food.
Address:Blok F, 8, Jalan Melati, Kedai Sedco, Pekan Tomborungus, 89050, Kudat
GPS Location: 6.8795462N 116.8527424E
Contact no: 6088-612312
2. Sabah Tea Resort, Ranau
Newly renovated restaurant at Sabah Tea Resort recently renovated a new restaurant within the resort at Ranau. The local Chef team create the authentic taste of Sabah.
GPS Location: 5.94822, 116.78544
no pork served
3. Nam Chai Seafood Bak Kut Teh (南财肉骨茶), Sandakan
With the abundance of fresh seafood at Sandakan, its no wonder that the local create their own version of Bah Kut Teh with seafood. The broth is thick and flavourful, serve with fresh seafood. Perfect match!. Know more about Nam Chai seafood bah out teh at http://www.sabaheats.com/nam-chai-seafood-bak-kut-teh-南财肉骨茶/
Address: Ground Floor, Blok D, Jalan Leila, Bandar Nam Tung, 90000, Sandakan
GPS Location: 5.8308218N 118.0895734E
opening hour : 8:30am to 2pm and 6pm to 9pm
4. Persatuan Perikanan Sandakan
A restaurant without menu and the chef decide what to serve, If its sound good for you, then a trip to Persatuan Perikanan Sandakan (Sandakan Fishing Association) for one of the best best seafood in town. The restaurant is actually operated at the fishing association and the chef is the chairman of the association. There are only 4 tables available so make sure you make a booking before visiting.
More information about Sandakan food on our 2016 trip – http://www.sabaheats.com/sandakan-food-trip-2016-rediscover-old-foods-new-cafes/
Address: Lebuh Empat, Sandakan Town
Operating hours: 6pm to 10pm
Contact no. : 012-8646186
No pork served
5. Kun Sang, Keningau
Run by the 3rd generation of the family and the shop is located at the last remaining wooden shop at Keningau Town. Kun Sang is famous for their fried noodle and their freshly fried chinese cruller. A must visit when in Keningau
GPS Location: 5.3347581N 116.1544266E
Opening hours: 8.30am to 4pm
6. Mosaic Cafe, Hyatt Regency Kinabalu, Kota Kinabalu
Mosaic revamp their menu and introduce rainbow latte to the Kota Kinabalu market recently. Located right at the centre of Kota Kinabalu city, Mosaic is the perfect place for a cuppa of good coffee and snacks
7. Kedai Kopi Yii Siang, Inanam
i Siang Hainan Ngiu Chap serve delicious Beef noodle since 1993. The owner, Mr Ling started the beef noodle from a stall at Kedai Kopi Yii Siang and people remember them as Fei Lou Ngiu Chap (fat man beef noodle) and their generous serving of beef and ngiu chap (beef mix). As Yii Siang become more and more famous, they decided to take over the coffee shop and sell only Beef noodle. The shop become brighter with big menu on the wall make it easier for customers. They also introduce Ngiu Chap Laksa (laksa beef noodle) and Ngiu Chap rice (beef rice) to their menu. We are really excited to know about Ngiu Chap laksa, first ever in Kota Kinabalu. Now we can have laksa and beef noodle, all in 1 bowl!
Location: 36, Ground Floor, Block C, Nountun Industrial, Kota Kinabalu, Sabah, Malaysia. (behind Volkswagen Kolombong and Cherry Restaurant)
GPS Location: 5.9904078N 116.1281919E
no pork served
8. Lokan, kelapa bakar stall, Jalan Sulaman
A trip to Tuaran must include a stopover at Sulaman road area where there are many stalls alongside the road serving Lokan Bakar, coconut puddings and grilled coconut. Lokan Bakar mean BBQ clams. The clams are collected from the mangrove nearby.
There are more than 20 stalls alongside the road so pick the one which catch your attention as some stalls are decorated creatively. Simply park to your nearest stall and start ordering
Opening hour : 8am to 7pm (different opening time for different stalls)
Location : Sulaman Road, Tuaran
GPS location : 6.1020018N 116.1715794E.
no pork served
9. D’Place Kepayan Perdana, Kota Kinabalu
D’Place serve authentic Kadazan-Dusun cuisine. For the adventurous eater, challenge yourself to try eating raw butod (sago worm). A complete Ambuyat set consist of tuhau, hinava, ambuyat, bambangan, ikan basung, bamboo shoot, assam pedas fish and more! A great place to learn about Sabah ethnic food.
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