Kedai Kopi City @ Gaya Street
Tuaran Mee is a special dish that originates from the town of Tuaran, a town not far from KK City. I was told that Tuaran Mee comes in a few varieties – e.g. soup based or in thick sauced. At Kedai Kopi City, they serve Tuaran Mee fried with Chinese Wine. If you like the taste of Chinese Wine, this dish is highly recommended as it’s extremely aromatic.
The other recommendation is their “Wat Tan Ho” (Chinese style fried noodles). I’ve not tried it myself so please don’t beat me up if you don’t find it tasty.
You should also check out their menu. It comes in Chinese and in Engrish.
“Hua Dan Ho” is actually “Wat Tan Ho” and Mee Tuara Wong Jio. Nice..you don’t need to go to China or Japan to read Engrish.
Kedai Kopi City | Gourmet Borneo
Just across Kedai Kopi City, there’s a stall selling “baked buns”. It’s not bad.
When you think of Kota Kinabalu food, the last thing you probably think about is Italy food. But in KK City, there is one famous Italian restaurant by the name Little Italy. When I was there, it was filled with locals and foreigners alike. The place was packed too.
Their loyalty card – comes with Google search keywords!
The 4 of us ordered pasta and pizza. I was told that their tomato based pasta is excellent. I got myself a meat ball spaghetti which tasted good. The other recommendation is their marina spaghetti. Unfortunately, I didn’t manage to try that.
Pizza on the other hand is thin crusted and yummy. But it too a little bit time to arrive as the pizza is baked on the spot. Nevertheless, their service comes with a smile – excellent.
Ground Floor, Hotel Capital,
Jalan Haji Saman
88813 Kota Kinabalu
Tel: (6088) 232231
3 thoughts on “Kota Kinabalu: Food Guide”
ok must take note of that when I go KK
Kay Kastum: hehe looks like Maggi goreng huh.
Darren: yeah u must!