Find out what Malaysian restaurants to try in Bandar Seri Begawan. Bandar Seri Begawan is a city of two terrains: the stilted water villages that make up some of the city's historic aquatic districts stretch out into the sea, while drier districts spread out over the flatter areas of land. The beaches around the area offer vibrant undersea life, drawing scuba enthusiasts and snorkelers from around the world. Above ground the gold-domed Sultan Omar Ali Saifuddin Mosque dazzles with its intricate marble design and museums provide ample cultural stimulation.
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4 based on 10 reviews
We offer healthy, fresh Indian cuisine using only the finest ingredients and freshest products with excellent service. We trained our waiters and waitresses to serve our customers best.
a great selection of food at very good prices. its served with a smile too!!we ate across the road at the similar style restaurant and it wasnt as good. this understated palce does great indian food and good malay. its easy to find, opposite Burger King ish and has three juicers on the entrance way.the lassi and veg salad for 2 dollars is a great snack, the parathas are great so are the soup.its also very very clean which is nice too.
I've been having lunches at CA Mohd in the Yayasan shopping center in town over the years, and its always been reliable. I usually have the "roti" plus fried chicken (ayam goreng), or the fried noodles (mee goreng). Whilst the standard of food has slipped, its still reasonable given the low prices. The fine views of the Mosque is a bonue
3 based on 19 reviews
The setting is nice, glass wall. Cold environment. Ordered kolo mee wanton and begedil with Teh C. Learned that this is a franchised restaurant. Wide selection of local dishes from chicken rice to noodle soups and western breakfast. Recommended to come n dine here
Had heard good things about Le Keris opened by 2 young local chefs, formerly with the Empire Hotel.The food me and my friend ordered included Ikan Bakar, and Spicy Seafood Spaghetti with Malay cuisine flavors. Thought the sauces were a little heavy, & on the sweet side. Prices are reasonable.The place is somewhat grey and spartan, & can be a bit âechoeyâ. Itâs on the 1st floor of a crowded shopping complex, which can take a while to find.Worth a try.
3 based on 17 reviews
Chicken rice tastes ordinary. Chicken sauce is too thin and liquidy. Sometimes, they only give you chicken back which has more bones than meat. Soup is almost tasteless. To me this restaurant is not a chicken rice specialist so Singa Chicken Rice does not live up to its name.
4 based on 18 reviews
This waterfront buffet style restaurant provides considerable range of traditional and typical dailyÂ Brunei food which are influenced by Malaysian and Singaporean cuisines. There are plenty choices of both rice and noodle based dishes, and desserts at reasonable price 15 Brunei dollars per person. The dining room is clean, specious and with beautiful view of bridge, mountains, Brunei river and water villages. Should visit tis place as you have the convenience of sampling many dishes at one dinning place with a reasonable price. Don't forget to try one traditional and unique Brunei dish called Ambuyat (sticky and plain palm pasteÂ wraps around bamboo stick then dips into different kind of sauces of your choices, including durian sauce!) and take some pictures or videos while the cook is preparing the dish for you.
4 based on 19 reviews
There seems to be two very divergent opinions about "street food" : eat it at your peril, because of poor hygienic preparation; and the opposite: it is delicious; go for it! We arrived in in BSB in the middle of a downpour, and asked the friendly lady at our hotel (Capital Residence Suites) for supper suggestions. She counselled us to go to Tamu Selera in the hotel shuttle bus, which could drop us off, and pick us up an hour later. We accepted her suggestion, found a stall with food all ready to be eaten, and had a feast, with no bad repercussions to our digestive systems.
4 based on 21 reviews
A popular outlet among locals for a good meal especially tea break. famous for its snacks (deep fried prawn fritters) and the rojaks. Many other asian & local dishes. Reasonable priced. Only concern is the longer waiting time (10 minutes in my many orders). Peaked around 3pm so you may need to wait to get a seat. Clean and neat.
4 based on 40 reviews
Come try our delicious dim sums and Cantonese cuisines at one of the oldest authentic Chinese restaurants in Brunei since 1980s!
nothing to write home about, but in a city where non-halal chinese food is hard to find, SEAsians will have nothing much to complain about. Due to its scarcity price may seem a tad bit steep as part of your everyday meal plan.Hi there, thank you for visiting us. Do ask for recommendations in your next visit and we hope to be able to delight your taste buds the next time!
4 based on 265 reviews
Roti Culture is committed to infuse passion, fun and vibrancy to create a new lifestyle experience for our customers. Our story goes back since 2004 where our signature Prata was born in our home kitchen. Another milestone will be the superb recipe of our
Won't be there anymore as nothing special with the food. The food not even nice or good but just normal, not worth to visit again to pay for expensive but so-so food. Visited during lunch hour, even not so packed, but service so slow, and food took quite a while to served and wrong food served.
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