Time Out Malaysia Eating and Drinking Guide - - EAST MALAYSIA -

NEW Junk

80 Jalan Wayang (08 225 9450).

Sprawled across three shop­houses from the 1920s, this com­bi­na­tion of bar and restau­rant is a feast for the eyes. Ex­plore ev­ery cor­ner you can to ad­mire the an­tiques be­fore set­tling down to a hearty plate of pasta in The Red Room or head­ing through to the Back­stage Bar or Junk Bar. Credit cards ac­cepted. Mon, Wed–Thu, 6pm–12mid­night; Fri, 6pm–1.30am; Sat–Sun, 6pm–1am. $$

Malaysian Raja Ayam Penyet Be­hind Kuch­ing State Mosque, Datuk Ajibah Abol Road.

You’ll be wel­comed by the big red ban­ners and red-dressed work­ers. The ayam penyet is not the only penyet on of­fer; squid, prawn and fish penyet are also avail­able. But the main at­trac­tion is the sam­bal, it’s scorch­ing hot.


Rock Road Seafood Restau­rant Lot 1229-1230, Rock View Es­tate, 2 1/2 mile of Rock View (08 224 1575).

This restau­rant is hard to miss; there’s a car­i­ca­ture of a big fish on the sign­board. They serve a va­ri­ety of seafood such as bam­boo clams, oys­ters, big prawns and of course fish, fish, and more fish. It helps that ev­ery­thing is very, very fresh. If you get the chance to, try their fried bidin. It’s de­light­fully crunchy. Ha­lal, Child friendly. Credit cards ac­cepted. Dis­abled friendly.

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