Newspaper Cafe & Bistro is the latest eatery opened along Jalan Bundusan, Kota Kinabalu here.
Located at Grand Industrial Centre (near the famous Wan Wan Kopitiam), the Newspaper Cafe run by a group of young chefs who returned to homeland after spending years working abroad at Singapore. They offers western food such as steak and burger, some casual Japanese food like the hotstone rice, and fusion in between! I liked the interior of this cafe, which offers something different than many restaurants in KK: they hand-drawn the decoration. Probably you managed to find one or two childhood cartoon on the wall!
|Open air zone|
|FREE BEER?!!! Kidding or not? Let's take a closer look....|
|The top bread is stuffed with fried egg, its so eye-catching and creative!|
|Yakiniku Beef Hotstone (RM11.90)|
The Japanese side of menu...
|Carrot Milk (RM4.90)|
Same price for other juices!
|Newspaper Fish & Chips (RM14.90)|
Fried fish fillet served with freis and mix salad with miso dressing and
tartar sauce. Their tartar sauce tasted different than others, maybe using
own homemade recipe...
|Very nice fish & chips!|
FOODIOT'S POINT: 82%
(Very good environment, plenty of street parking space in the evening, tasty food!)
8am - 12 midnight
Lot 31, Grand Industrial Center,
Phase 2, Mile 5, Bundusan Road,
Kota Kinabalu, Sabah
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