Ndang's Kitchen (KK FoodieVenture #63)

On our last day in Kota Kinabalu, a course mate of mine has been generous enough to invite us to dinner; on a very rainy night no less. So off we go to a commercial area called Plaza Juta Likas, very near to the Kg Likas area to one of our host’s favourite spots. He told us that he’d known the owner for a couple of years now and they’d shared an interest in playing football. And since both of us were pretty eager to try out food that is not from the city area, we just went along with him.

I was too shy to take pictures of our friend’s meals so my review will unfortunately be limited to mine and my partner’s food. We had their Nasi Goreng Kampung (that was mine – because I was attracted to the people on the next table’s orders. And taste-wise I think that the meal was flavorous and indelible despite the plain look). My partner obviously went for his all time favourite, the Nasi Goreng Special (which according to him was simply delish). There’s also this one particular dish that was highly recommended by our friend (and to which I have stealthily took a picture of while he wasn’t looking – hehehe) called the Telur Pak Din (or something similarly named since that’s what it sounded to me anyway). This dish is essentially an omelette but has been prepared in such a way that it looked (and tasted) like that butter condiments on a typical butter prawn dish. Get what I’m saying? You can just scroll down to see the picture for a better view of said dish. And I must say that I did not hate it either (although it’s a bit too salty for my liking).

* Coincidentally, our former favourite burger bakar joint has also open a stall here but they were on a break during our visit. 

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