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Sungai Wang Restaurant

The choice for a good dining experience in Kudat town can be quite limited especially at night, since most of the shoplots would have closed for business by 6 pm and all the petrol stations in town will be closed by 8pm. Night life at Kudat is almost none existent. But if you do happen to end up at Kudat for an overnight trip do not be despaired, the Sungai Wang Seafood Restaurant at the New Tomborungus Township is a worth while restaurant to enjoy some really tasty seafood. The seafood in Kudat is of good quality as fishermen do bring in their daily catch. Sungai Wang Restaurant is also the main place for the Chinese Community to hold events like anniversary, baby shower, birthday and wedding.

Steamed Grouper

The Sungai Wang Restaurant serves mostly Chinese cuisine with seafood as the main selection. Beef, chicken and pork are also available in the menu. Popular prawn dishes like steamed fresh prawn, dry and wet butter prawn, and spicy tiger prawn are favourites among the customers. Live ocean fishes are available too, normally these fishes are the most pricey items on the menu. The cost for seafood here is considered moderate if compared with those in Kota Kinabalu.

Port View Seafood Village

Port View Seafood Village is the premium restaurant in Kota Kinabalu for fresh seafood.

Everyone knows Kota Kinabalu is famous for its excellent fresh seafood, and there are many seafood restaurants to go in and around the vicinity of Kota Kinabalu. Located at the KK Waterfront, Port View Seafood Village is one of the best known up-scale seafood restaurants in the city, and some 60% of its customers are foreign tourists, and businessmen. Walk into the live seafood area, and one will be amazed at the four levels of cascading aquariums, which boast of fishes, prawnes, lobsters, crabs, clams and even live abalones. Most of these fishes are caught from the South China Sea, Sulu sea and the Celebes sea on the east coast of Sabah.

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