The restaurant is decorated with bamboos, traditional Gongs and dried paddies that gives out Kadazan-Dusun atmosphere. It's a vision of old local traditional house made from dried tree leaves called Rumbia.
Walking inside the restaurant, you will be greeted by friendly waiters. On your left of the main entrance you can see an aquarium but don't be fooled for it's not a fish aquarium. It's for the live-moving Butod, a Sago worms.
Here are the menus available for this restaurant.
Since we were in big group and made a reservation in advance, we opt to eat buffet which costed about RM45++ per person.
Here are the delicious buffet dishes available. They are very authentic yet appetizing and good combination to eat with steam rice!
One thing make this place standout from other local restaurant is their special performance of traditional local dances.
The Mogunatip dance involves hop in and out of two clapping bamboo poles without letting that bamboo poles trap their feet. They need good timing and agility to put their feet between those clapping bamboo poles.
It’s a good place to bring tourist in Sabah. It's also a good one to bring your friends or family to enjoy the traditional local food available as well as the traditional dance performance. The service is good and the food are tasty and fresh.
This post participated in the Tasteem contest The best restaurant of the year