Everybody knows how popular the Menggatal Ngiu Chap is, and even tourists are willing to take a taxi up to Menggatal just to try this special dish.

But luckily, now you no longer have to drive up to Menggatal just to have the Ngiu Chap, as there is now a branch in Inanam/Kolombong area!

Where is it exactly? If you know Alliance Bank Kolombong/Inanam, then you would have no problem finding this coffeeshop called Kedai Kopi Sri Aroma. On the Alliance Bank block, you just go to the next block, and this coffeeshop is at the end of that block; you can't miss it. That's where the Menggatal Ngiu Chap stall is located!

Menggatal Ngiu Chap [Price: Medium: Rm7.00, Large: RM8.00, Special: RM9.00]

We actually found out about this a while back, but we only managed to find the time to post it today! Hehe..

Note: We were told that Menggatal Ngiu Chap also has another branch in Putatan! Anybody knows the exact location?

Those who works in Centrepoint all seem to know about this tiny eatery called Chef Gusteau's, found on basement floor. We heard that the chef's specialty here are the western food, so to those who have eaten here, is it true?

In fact, Wei Chuen always eats here as well, and the one burger that he always orders is the Gusteau's Homemade Fresh Stew Beef Burger [RM4.00 for normal, RM6.50 for set, which includes chips and a drink] Very interesting but quite delicious burger, I must say.

We also love their Orange Juice. Remember an orange powdered drink called Tang? It tasted just like that! Yummy!

Have you eaten here before? What have you tried, and what do you recommend?
So on my previous food article in Bandwidth Streetpress (June Issue online here), we reviewed Royal China Restaurant, located in D'Junction building.

What we like about eating Dim Sum here is that you can be assured that they're steamingly hot and fresh, as they aren't served on the usual Dim Sum cart; it came out right from the kitchen.

These 2 dishes are the Chef's signature dishes, and they are both must-tries! The sau-nyuk is very soft, tender and juicy, but is still crunchy on the skin part. Yum!

The Paikut Wong (pork ribs) is the same too: soft, tender and juicy. But what's most important is that it's not too sweet. I'm actually not a fan of this dish (because it's too sweet for my liking), but I have to admit, even I loved the Paikut Wong here at Royal China! No joke, people! It's that good!

And if you eat these both dishes with Royal China's special green sauce called the Thai Sauce, OMG it tastes even better! So make sure you order this sauce ya!

I also loved the Sweetened and Chilled Lemon Grass Jelly (pic on the right). If you're feeling extra full after finishing the main meals, you have to order this dessert because it somehow makes you feel.. how to explain it.. light again? It doesn't make you feel bloated as before, that's for sure! A must have as well!

Royal China Restaurant (Kota Kinabalu)
D Junction Building, 2nd Floor, Jalan Lintas
Jalan Penampang, Kota Kinabalu
Opening hours: 8:30am - 2:30pm & 6:30pm - 10:30pm (Mon to Fri)
8:00am - 2:30pm & 6:30pm - 10:30pm (Sat, Sun & Public Holiday)
Reservation: (+60) 88- 703300
(Serve Pork)