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It is somewhat of a fashionable thing to be talking about the negative things about the various social media channels that are popular these days, such as how you only view the highlights of your friends, and how that elevate the whole “grass is greener on the other side” mentality and so forth.

However, like many things in life, if you use it right, great things can come out of it.

Delicious Curry House, Kota Kinabalu
Delicious Curry House, Kota Kinabalu

Case in point – I got to know about both about Delicious Curry House from my instagram connection, a fellow user who hailed from Sabah and have since moved to Klang Valley some years back. Additionally, my makan buddy at Kota Kinabalu too, is someone I got to know from the same channel.

Who said it’s all negative? 😀

Anyway, Delicious Curry House is situated about 15 mins or so from the town center at Taman Ridgeview, a small commercial area that is pretty quiet in the evening (translation – easy to find parking).

The menu is not overly large, but covers a decent selection of dishes that includes seafood, vegetables, poultry, both in spicy or non-spicy forms.

paku pakis, squid with lime, asam prawn, bitter gourd with salted egg
paku pakis, squid with lime, asam prawn, bitter gourd with salted egg

For the two of us, we ordered four dishes (obviously too much).

The asam curry prawns (RM 32) was one of my favorites of the night, the broth was flavorful and packs a punch in terms of spiciness. If you love asam pedas, you’d find this version satisfying, especially with KK quality prawns.

Thai style steamed squid (RM 18) provides another jolt to our senses with its lime, garlic, and chili padi ingredients. The huge squid was of course, fresh and juicy.

four dishes was a bit much for two pax
four dishes was a bit much for two pax

For greens, I took the advise from fellow instagramfriend and went for their salted egg bitter gourd (RM 13.80), and a paku pakis (RM 13.80, sometimes ‘branded’ as Sabah vege).

These two are some of my favorite vegetables so they obviously did not disappoint. I thought the portion was a bit too big though for two pax, and maybe the paku pakis dish was just a tad too oily. Those bitter gourd would also make for perfect snack to go with beer.

Overall the dinner was super satisfying and offers rather decent value. Would not hesitate to go back there again.

map to Delicious Curry House, Kota Kinabalu

Address:
Delicious Curry House
63, Lorong Austral 10, Taman Ridgeview,
88200 Kota Kinabalu, Sabah
GPS: 5.942390, 116.069935
Tel088-319 777

  
  
  

Discuss : KY eats – Delicious Curry House, Kota Kinabalu

  1. KY, salted bitter groud sound like a great side dish and any curry dish is one for me and my cousin love also curry of any kind.

  2. Paku is sabah vege? I thought the potato leaves are the one they called as sabah vege? Four dishes for two pax…. not bad eh! Btw, the youtube video cannot view wo

  3. Good looks good but somewhat Chinese. I guess this is not one of those Indian curry houses.

  4. After encasing bitter gourd in salted egg, those who don’t eat bitter gourd will too…hehe! 😉 I like all the four dishes you ordered…but portion looks enough for a family of four leh…haha! ^_~

  5. them sabahans sure know how to do justice to their prawns in practically any recipe! 😀

  6. kekeke rosberg

    wah, the first paragraph, i think uncle KY is trying to tell us something, something after many days MIA or meditating on beach LOL #deepstuff

  7. I like your attitude KY – always look on the bright side of life.

  8. I never have such a big sotong before, grandfather grade, haha!

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