Idea #3 Ramadhan Buffet @ Al-Yemen Restaurant in Kuching, Sarawak : 60 Sungkai/Iftar Ideas 2017

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Being one of the only few selected brands in Kuching, Sarawak, Al-Yemen Restaurant in Kuching, Sarawak is the brand that you should be visiting (if you are in Kuching). It’s a Halal Restaurant and serving Arabic Food in their amazing Ramadhan Buffet this year. Those in Kuching or visiting Kuching during Ramadhan Month, do drop by and indulge in their buffet offerings that starts from 6.00 pm to 10.00 pm.

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Garage Kafe @ Penampang Bypass : As we see it- Revisited after 13 months!

Written by @joehairie
(Photos by curiostraveller.com unless stated otherwise)

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Thought of the day-“Food brings people together on many different levels. It’s nourishment of the soul and body; it’s truly love.”-Giada De Laurentiis

(This cafe is owned and managed by Muslim owners)

Good food is cooked with love and soul. A great Cafe is not only about serving that good food but is also a place where people ably to sense that warm and inviting atmosphere. Being inside, it feels like almost being at home. Feeling comfortable is the keyword. In the long run, people will only return to cafes that they feel comfortable at. These are the qualities of a great cafe. Kota Kinabalu city is increasingly dotted with new cafes, not all have that ‘great qualities’ but Garage Kafe @ Penampang Bypass does. That’s how we see it, an observation of ours that took 13 months to reach that firm conclusion.

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Redefining the olden days Chim Chum @ Steamboat Bakar Sepanggar

Written by @joehairie
(Photos by curiostraveller.com)

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Thought of the day– “You don’t have to cook fancy or complicated masterpieces-just good food from fresh ingredients.”-Julia Child

(This particular restaurant is one of our best recommendations of eateries in Kota Kinabalu, Sabah for your Ramadhan 2017 Sungkai/berbuka puasa)

In Thailand, Chim Chum (pronounced as t͡ɕîm t͡ɕùm) is regard as street food. To produce Chim Chum, a charcoal stove (clay pot) is filled with broth. The burning charcoal will get the broth boiling and that’s the right moment to put uncooked food inside it. People in Laos and Cambodia have long been using this cooking method. It’s about using that hot pot to dip something for a while (Chim) or quickly dip it (Chum). Today, Chim Chum is still being used but in a contemporary environment, such as in Steamboat Bakar Sepanggar Restaurant, Kota Kinabalu, Sabah, Malaysia.

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NESTUM®​ ​Crowns Its First RATU EMPAYAR SAJIAN NESTUM

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PETALING JAYA, May 16, 2017 ​— ​Malaysian multi-grain cereal brand ​NESTUM® crowned Alisa Roslan as the first Ratu Empayar Sajian NESTUM® after a thrilling finale cook-off with four other finalists at Sunway Pyramid shopping mall yesterday. The winning Grand Prize recipe will be published in Alisa’s very own Quick and Easy Recipes with NESTUM® cookbook by Nestlé Malaysia.

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Fish Market Restaurant @ Warisan Square, Kota Kinabalu : The first to offer Sauna Steamboat in North Borneo

Written by @Lan 
(Photos by curiostraveller.com)

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Thought of the day-“Food is a great way of communicating.”-Jan Karon

(Muslim Friendly Restaurant in Kota Kinabalu City, Sabah, Malaysia)

Kota Kinabalu city is abundant with Seafood Restaurants. While each is uniquely different, the newly-opened Fish Market Restaurant at Warisan Square is proud to be the first to introduce Sauna Steamboat in North Borneo, a pioneer, so to say, in giving the customers a new dining experience. Gone are the days when Steamboat fans in Kota Kinabalu need to heavily depend on their ‘Tom yum Soup’ to boil their preferred seafood items. They now have the choice to consume seafood items that is cooked in healthier method.

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Urbanscapes Presents Tiffin Throwdown: Battle of The Poke Bowls

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Tiffin Throwdown is back, and it’s all about the hottest Hawaiian trend in town: poke bowls! Urbanscapes is pitting the city’s best poke bowl vendors against one another, and attendees get to be the judge on which poke bowl they think is best. That’s not all – vendors will also need to win the hearts (and stomachs) of our panel of judges: Cecilia Yong, Ili Sulaiman,JayDee Lok, and Jeremy Teo; the winners of Judges’ Prize and Public’s Choice will walk away with RM3,000 respectively. Plus: Tall, dark, and comedian Kuah Jenhan emcees, and hosts an all-special MasterChef Apprentice workshop.

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Eating Putu & Lato @ Filipino Market, Kota Kinabalu, Sabah

Written by @Lan
(Photos by curiostraveller.com)

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Thought of the day-“Travel is more than the seeing of sights; it is a change that goes on, deep and permanent, in the ideas of living.”-Miriam Beard

In the east part of Sabah, particularly in Semporna, the Bajau people, Putu and Lato are inseparable. Some of them have moved to Kota Kinabalu city bringing along their tradition which includes, Putu and Lato. Both are staple food of theirs, a must in their diet. There’s only one way to know what Putu and Lato tastes like, eat em’! If you are an adventurous person, gastronomically speaking, head to Kota Kinabalu’s Filipino Market. We went. We consumed that Putu and Lato. This is our story, in regard to that particular experience.

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