GRACE POINT FoodCourt @ Jalan Pantai, Sembulan

Jalan Pantai, Sembulan
88100 Kota Kinabalu, Sabah
Food: 4/5
Services: 3/5
Cleanliness: 4/5
Visit reviewed: 15/03/2010
Jack brought us to a foodcourt which seems to be totally new to us. Probably not only us who had not been there, I guessed not much locals here know that there is a nice foodcourt at Grace Point (owned and managed by Sutera Harbour group). According to Jack, the foodcourt had actually been there for few years, just that we seldom venture into that area.
Naan and Chili Chicken Set, RM6.50
The Naan was not bad and the curry sauce was thick. The Chili Chicken was quite spicy but tasted good. Nothing to shout home about but we are glad that the food was okay.
Indian food stall, formerly in Asia City "Anjapaar"
Jack and Monica order food from the House of Noodles
Deep Fried Tuaran Mee, RM5.50
The Deep Fried Tuaran Mee was good. The Tuaran Mee was fried till crispy. Before it was served, the chicken and the gravy will be poured on top. The noodle will have both crunchy and springy texture when you eat it together with the gravy.
Walai Mee RM6.00
Okay, I don't really know what is Walai Mee, so, out of my curiosity, I ordered it. Jack told me it's means House Noodle. Taste wise, a little bit too salty. Definitely no next time.
Korean Food Stall
Korean Dumpling, RM10
The Korean Dumpling was good. The fillings included minced chicken, egg, onion and tunghoon (green bean noodle). It was one of the hot pick dish at the food court.
Beverages Stall
Drinks, RM7.90
ABC, RM5.50
Finally, Angeline found a good ABC. Although Bukit Padang ABC is still the best, this ABC do tasted good. It comes with lots of condiments such as corn, red bean, grass jelly and atapchi.
Kitchai (hot), RM2.00

Other Stalls available
Satay Stall
Beverages Stall
Steamboat also available here
Currently parking is free

Dessert, mini pineapple tarts and organic mulberry tarts, freshly made by Shirley and Paul. Thank you for the sweet treats!
Nyek...nyek life is good! Sweet!

Today Meditation:
Human beings are born into this little span of life of which the best thing is its friendships and intimacies. . . and yet they leave their friendships and intimacies with no cultivation, to grow as they will by the roadside, expecting them to "keep" by force of mere inertia.
William James

As I experience it, appreciation of beauty is access to the soul. With beauty in our lives, we walk and carry ourselves more lightly and with a different look in our eyes. To look into the eyes of someone beholding beauty is to look through the windows of the soul. Any time we catch a glimpse of soul, beauty is there; any time we catch our breath and feel "How beautiful!," the soul is present.
Jean Shinoda Bolen


Mas Light said…
Oh those dumplings looks tempting.
Angeline said…
Yeah maslight, the dumplings were good, best one sold out. I see most people ordered food from Korean Stall, Ethnic Sabah and you can also try chicken chop rice from Claypot. ABC also a hotpick! I really like the ambience of this place, that's made the food taste better, even though you might think is average :)
Anonymous said…
must try the CLAYPOT...
Anonymous said…
the Korea's stall there halal or not? :)
Angeline said…
Sorry, we didn't relly try the Korea food, so we are not sure it's halal or not

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