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Noodles at Sim Sim Water Village

Angeline Friday, August 23, 2013 , , ,


Sim Sim Water Village is a popular eating spot in Sandakan and it is a highly recommended place to eat, locals have been coming here for breakfast, lunch and dinner for few decades. The eatery here are residential houses converted into kopitiam style setting restaurant with a beautiful seaview. Fresh ingredients are what keep their customer coming back for all these year. Food here are pocket friendly and will not dissapoint your taste bud.

Lot No.8 at Bridge No.7
How to get here? From Sandakan town take the Buli Sim Sim road, after passing the big mosque, in another kilometre the Sim Sim water village will appear on the right hand side of the road. At bridge No.7 and the first house Lot No.8 is where this restaurant locate. Only open till lunch hours. Price for Noodles from RM5.50 to RM7.00 and Dim Sums price from RM2.50 onwards
Dim Sums
Dim Sum: Stewed Chicken Claw
Sandakan Noodle Konlau
Sandakan noodle has a springy texture that's how the locals here love it. Springy noodles, deep fried pork slice and wanton, a perfect combination for a sinfully good breakfast to start the day. A must try dish in Sandakan!
Sandankan Pei Tan Kaw (Dumpling with pork and century egg)
This dumpling is most favorite by patrons, where the filling is made up of a special fermented egg mixed with minced meat. Another must try dish in Sandakan!
Curry Mee
The prawn is so fresh, tasted sweet and bouncy flesh, so are the fish slice, cuttlefish, and scallop. Curry broth was just right, I mean good.
Kuey Tiow Soup
I like smooth kuey tiow with clear, light and sweet broth topped with their ever famous deep fried pork slices and fried Chinese cruller slices...this is my ideal breakfast, friend told me not to miss out the best bowl of kuey tiow soup from the Central Market, market building located next to Four Points by Sheraton, Sandakan
Fish Head Soup
Fish head still goes best with the ham choy soup
Mixed Fish Soup
Fresh, bouncy and tasty fish paste...fish ball, local favorite
Beef Noodle
A dark flavorful soup with a mixture of beef, it tasted slightly different from KK and KL style.
Prawn Noodle
Prawn broth has a lighter taste but with their fresh ingredient, it will never goes wrong.
Chee Cheong Fun
Rice noodle texture is tougher, something different that what we had in our hometown.
 
Sandakan Harbour Square,
90000 Sandakan, Sabah Malaysia
Tel: 60 89 244 888

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