Wednesday, May 13, 2015

Kota Kinabalu Famous Sin Kee Bak Kut Teh (新記肉骨茶) @ Sabah [East Malaysia]

Have you seen the latest "Adidas Watches"? " 
p.s. Putting this sentence shall enable me to keep on blogging!

Anyway, my visit to Yu Kee Bak Kut Teh was purely a matter of convenience as it was literally right opposite the lobby of Jesselton Hotel. However, i could not help comparing Yu Kee with another nearby Bak Kut Teh restaurant that seemed to enjoy better business.

Sin Kee Bak Kut Teh! 

Even though we were still stuffed from an early dinner not more than three hours ago, we gamely opted for the 2 personal claypot bak kut teh; which i assumed would be a big pot for two of us. 

Do excuse me for the harsh lighting as i was seated in a badly lit area and i didn't have much choice but to use the "flash" function when i realised almost all the photos turned out to be blurry!

As usual, our order consisted of only pork ribs, meat balls and soup given both our disdain for internal organs. Soup wise, i had to agree there was a stronger BKT kind of herbal flavour yet the bitterness was a lot more apparent as compared to Yu Kee

No surprises on the pork ribs even though i would like to give my comment on the meat balls which had that suspicious taste of liver! Honestly, it's not common to see me frowning when i chewed on meat balls. By all means, i admit that an innards lover might really enjoy this. 

This is just my opinion, like any other review i wrote in this blog.



26, Jalan Pantai, 
Kota Kinabalu, Sabah, 

As above

Operating Hours
From 4pm till 11pm.

RM 32.80 for 2 personal claypot bak kut teh. two bowls of rice, a coconut with soft, silky meat and a can of coke! 

Additional Information
The coffee shop was as famous for its roasted delights and you may wish to give it a try if your tummy can endure more food! 

For the summarised itinerary of the 7 days, 6 nights Kota Kinabalu (Sabah) trip, please click here

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