“Lin si, you want to go try out authentic Indon food ma?” Joey asked.
Joey is a new friend I recently met. We are lucky to meet each other through blogging, and she just recently moved to KK. Here’s Joey’s blog.
“Why you call me lin si oooooooooooo” I asked.
“Isn’t that how KK people call each other?”
BTW, Joey refers me as “…a famous blogger from Kota Kinabalu” in her blog. I am famous!! Wohoooooo! *syok chin-chin*
This how the restaurant looks like. Very nice right? I love the ambience. It was very quiet when we arrived. We even laughed at ourselves for making reservations. But it was packed around 7.30-ish. Malay family dine late, I guess.
If you prefer to sit on chair, you have to sit outside, without air-con room. Shoo shoo.
One thing I like about this restaurant is, they provide long tables to accomodate family of large members. They serve mostly Malay customers and Malays tend to have larger family members. For me, this is perfect for large gatherings – especially class gathering, but without alcohol.
The Husband, Kenneth (yes Joey’s married) offered to pick me up because I don’t know the exact location. It’s not a restaurant per se, more like a kediaman rumah modified into a business operating platform.
This is the exact location of D’KL restaurant.
Drinks we ordered—Air Serai and Soda Gembira. Air Serai is lemongrass juice, very rare in KK. You must try!
Joey ordered Soda Gembira, which is air bandung (rose extract) mixed with evaporated milk and soda, if not mistaken lah. I am very senkalin one, I guess everything
And these are the foods we ordered.
Ayam Bakar Taliwang – A bit charred, but I guess that’s how padang food suppose to taste like
Ikan something something with young mango. lol.
Ayam Penyet – I have to mention the effort they put in their food. Look at the presentation of the dish! Each cabbage are rolled individually, amazing details!
Cumi Goreng – Guess what is cumi?
Tauhu Telur – I seen this dish at food show before, never thought KK has this dish! I love deep fried tauhu, kesyokan chin chin.
Nasi Putih Kemgembiraan Maksimum – damn cool dish name, and yes I added this myself. It’s not available in the menu haha.
Guess how much all of these cost?
That’s considered cheap in KK standard. Seriously. With the great ambience, great food, helpful and friendly staff, we couldn’t get anything cheaper than that.
On top of that, I am lucky to have companionship with Kenneth and Joey, which makes it even more perfect. What a great night
D’KL have successfully convert another satisfied customer into their list. I’ll be coming back again.
No.1 Lorong Likas, Jalan Pasir,
Kampung Likas, Kota Kinabalu, Sabah
Tel: 088-430075 (advice you to make reservation)
Operating Time:Monday – Friday: 7am – 10pm (close on Friday prayer’s time) Saturday: 7am – 11pm Sunday: 10am – 11pm 28th of every month: 6pm-10pm