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Please Read This! My Missing Photos....

... I just wanted to tell you guys that due to my own carelessness, I've accidentally deleted most of the photos that I've uploaded to Google Album Archive recently & with no additional backup I can't seem to recover them at all. So if you view my past posts and there seems to be missing photos from them, I do apologize beforehand for that. I'll try to update them with newer photos should I drop by said places again in the future. So sorry folks... 😢😢😢

Latest Updates: Thankfully I found a way to recover most of my missing pictures (but not all I'm afraid) albeit maybe in a much lower resolution & quality so I apologize again for that. But at least its something right? 😊😊
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Kedai Kopi Home

As you might have noticed from the pictures below, this Chinese ‘kedai kopi’ only operates from sundown onwards and is located within the Fajar Complex area (they’re right next door to the Affin Bank). The eatery is mainly a hangout place for older folks to have cold beers whilst chatting the night away. But that does not mean that they do not have delectable food as well. We’d frequented the place quite a bit throughout the years and all I can say is that you’ll be satisfied with their cooking. Some of the dishes that we have tried before include the Sweet & Sour Fish Slices and Stir Fried Mix-Vegetables (both are my mom’s default dishes whenever we step into a Chinese restaurant) together with some fried rice and fried mee hoon. The only thing that I think they should look into however was their portioning, as the dishes seems to get ‘littler’ as time goes by. Also, the main attraction to the place (in my opinion) was probably their grilled fish with sambal; obviously a good side dish (more like a main dish to me) that compliments those uncles’s beverage of choice.   

So in short…

Food – 3/5 (they might need to rethink their portion sizing though)
Price – 3/5 (I wouldn’t say that they’re cheap, but more like mid-range)
Service – 4/5 (the lady boss was pretty swift so no problems here)
Décor – 3/5 (the usuals – nothing much to comment here)  
Location – 4/5 (they’re also on the same row as the CIMB Bank)

** Current status – Still in operation (as of Sept 2018) 








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Six Stars Steamboat Restaurant

I’ve actually been to this restaurant a number of times now but have only managed to snap some pictures recently because I kept forgetting to do so during our previous visits (for some reason, my mind can’t seem to register the fact that a steamboat eatery is also an eatery. I know… silly me!). By the way, they’re located at Batu 3, Jalan Sin Onn (right in front of SJKC Hing Hwa).  

Totted as the so-called ‘top’ steamboat establishment in Tawau (because there were so few and far between), I give them that credit when it comes to their variety of food. Their selection of meat (plain or marinated), fish and vegetables were very commendable, as do their pre-cooked dishes. So far they provide the usual chicken broth or tom yam as your soup based, as well as some desserts. But as do other steamboat places, I do appreciate it if they do not eye me like I’m about to steal something everytime I got up to their buffet tables (by the ‘captains’ of the restaurant). I do understand that they do not want people to waste their food but I also would prefer to eat in peace. Also, it’s good to note that they have made-to-order dishes as well should you’re not in the mood to cook for yourself (and sweating profusely as you’re doing so).

Other than that…

Food – 4/5 (they have the best variety so far)
Price – 3/5 (the last time I was there, they charge RM38 per adult)
Service – 3/5 (please relax a bit okay since not all of us are food hoarders)
Décor – 4/5 (at least the place was very spacious and lively)  
Location – 3/5 (they’re quite visible from the main road due to their colourful bright lights)

** Current status – Still in operation (as of Sept 2018) 


















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Little Western

Here’s a quick entry on a food stall located at Restoran Warisan Ibu, within the Bazhong commercial area. Honestly, I was never really that interested in eating their western dishes before (same old same old I guess). But an FB post by a friend has piqued my interest in stopping by since they’d recently added a new menu which features burgers. And you know who loves them more than anything else (*cough my partner *cough). So off we went and tried out their Grilled Beef Burger and Chicken Burger (mine was deep fried though instead of grilled). I initially wanted their Fish Burger but they're out of those (or so they say anyway). And the burgers that we did ate were alright and succulent although not that remarkable. Price was quite reasonable as our burgers came with fries and a sunny side up egg on top of them. They also offer other burgers such as Lamb Burger, several types of Mix Burgers and Soft Shell Crab Burger (yup, you heard me!) should you’re interested in such variety.

All in all I say…

Food – 3/5 (I’m still curious about their fish burger though)
Price – 3/5 (still very affordable)
Service – 4/5 (was surprisingly very fast during our stop over)
Décor – 3/5 (nothing much to comment here)  
Location – 3/5 (the restaurant is also right behind the Astro’s main office in Tawau)

** Current status – Still in operation (as of Sept 2018) 


*Btw this is my partner's Grilled Beef Burger...

... and this is my Chicken Burger

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