"Kg. Pukat" Seafood Coffeeshop
The coffee shop is located at the end of 2nd Bridge in Kg. Pukat ("fish-boat street" which commonly refering by the local Chinese community).
Kg. Pukat is Sandakan's fishing village.
The coffee shop is at a corner house, which is spacious and windy with the sea breeze (sometimes). There are some fishing boats parked at the jetty and "floating" houses all around the area.
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Is a specialty with fish-paste spread over one-sided.
This food available commonly in Sabah and obviously is non-Halal by its name. Crispy if it had been deep-fried nicely and later spread over with a layer of fresh fish paste. Served in hot soup based is the best way to enjoy it!
FoodCharm ate Fish Balls
The Fish Balls => Smooth like silk and good to chew.
The Fried Fish Cakes => Soaked in the seafood soup which makes the golden brown fish-cake slices more aromatic.
REMARKS: An item that you don't want to share with others, because one bowl is not enough to remember the great quality.