After reading the title above, don’t expect any fancy restaurant that i’m going to introduce to you this time. The place that I will be talking about serves pretty nice babeque clam and coconut pudding though, and is a recommended stop-by if you’re visiting Kota Kinabalu.
Celebrating one of our brother’s birthday the other day, we went to Chef Tan’s cafe for our dinner and celebration. This cafe was located at The Peak Vista (map below).
As the name suggests, this cafe was opened by a person called Mr Tan. HAHA! “Duh…..” Some writing on the wall was telling the story of Chef Tan, whom was a very passionate person in culinary. Retiring after serving 25 years as as Executive Chef at Shangri-La Tanjung Aru Resort, Kota Kinabalu, a quite reputable 5 stars hotel in the city, he decided to open his own cafe in July 2013.
Looking for Hong Kong style Dim Sum serving style in Kota Kinabalu? Why not head over to Foo Phing Dim Sum Restaurant situated at Lintas, Hilltop. It’s about 10 minutes drive from the city of Kota Kinabalu.
Few days ago, we had an opportunity to dine at a restaurant specializing in French and Asian food. Our initial intention was to have simple drinks but then decided to try out something at the restaurant as it was our first time there.
Last few days, when I looked at the mirror, I felt that something was not right with my tummy. It’s bulging day by day. Was I pregnant? Or an alien was infesting inside? Or I was pregnant with an alien? I had being worrying so much until Yesterday, my wife assured me that it’s only fat.