Salut Seafood Restaurant, Kota Kinabalu

Salut Seafood Restaurant
Jalan Sulaman, Kota Kinabalu, Sabah
Kampung Salut, Jalan Sulaman, Kota kinabalu.

North of KK for about 30 minutes on Jalan Sulaman [pass Borneo 1 and beyond] towards Karambunai Resort – halfway there you see a sign for this restaurant – turn into the dirt road and 10 minutes after passing the owner’s prawn pond farms you get to the open air restaurant by the river estuary – the best freshest seafood at economical farm door prices.

$$-$$$
Open: lunch and dinner
Ratings:
Food: 3/5
Services: 3/5
Cleanliness: 3/5
Visit reviewed: 14/03/2010
If you're looking for a cheaper seafood, you'll have to drive out of KK town. There're 2 good Seafood Restaurant located about 30-45mins drive away from town, along the way towards Karambrunai "Salut Seafood Restaurant and Gayang Seafood Restaurant". Every local know about this place. Seafood prices are slightly cheaper then town and you'll be seated with a feeling of nature environment.

I've been here many times before I started this food blog, but because of my working schedule, teaching on weekend, I hardly can find time to dine here, beside, I'm allergic to prawn and crab, that's mean I don't fancy seafood that much, accept fish.
All this photos are from the contribution of my friend's in gym who had dine here recently "Cassie".
They drove here last weekend to had lunch here, only 3 person dining and they forked out RM200++ for lunch. Food wise they think the food were slight too heavy flavor which overpowered the freshness of the seafood, should let the seafood shine more, taste wise.
Pak Cheuk Har (1kg), RM48
Prawn are prepare in a boiling style, just cooked in time. Eat as it is, or dip it with the light soy sauce, the best way to eat prawn, so good..try it!

Butter Prawn (1kg), RM48
This way the prawn will be more flavorful, most aroma came from the butter, it was good but I find it a bit oily and heavy taste eating this way.
Chiu Yim Hai (Pepper and Salt Deep Fried Crab) 1kg, RM28
Nothing special, bit salty
Deep Fried Shoftshell Crab, RM30
Chruncy, easy to eat and goes well with the chilli sauce
Seafood Fried Mee Hoon, RM12
Nothing special, just right!
Sabah Vegetables stir-fried with egg, RM12
Sabahan love this vegetable, but most of the time will order stir-fried with belacan or garlic.

Comments

Mas Light said…
It's just a nice place to enjoy seafood ;)

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