Noodles

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Noodles refer to not just noodles, but also rice vermicelli and flat rice noodles. It can be cooked in a variety of ways, including stir-frying, braising, cooked in a soup and dried tossed with dark soy sauce. With the variety of condiments available, there are a multitude of ways of serving noodles. Each restaurant offers noodles of different types, differing in their texture, thickness and much more.

1.Papa Kopitiam
Address:Perdana Square, Jalan Apas Mile 3 1/2, 91000 Tawau
Opening hours: 6:30 a.m. to 3 p.m.

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2.Jia Nian Food Centre
The cook for this cafe has at least 45 years of experience, with its noodles being home-made, differing in shape, but is also one of its specialties. Its fried noodles are the most sought-after food here, served with prawn cakes and fish cakes, simple it might sound, but the way it is being stir-fried ensures it has enough Wok Hei (literally breath of Wok), making it delicious.

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3.Kedai Kopi Foh Chong
Address:Mile 5, Jalan Apas, 91000 Tawau, Sabah
The cook for this restaurant has at least 35 years of experience, with its food full of Wok Hei, making it extremely delicious. Apart from fried noodles, during the afternoon, blanched whole chicken, wild boar cooked in spiced soy sauce and pig innards is also served.。


4.1st Food & Drink Centre
Located in the Sabindo open air stalls, it offers a variety of breakfast food, from frie noodles to fish head noodles. Its seafood fried rice vermicelli is its most famous food.
Opening hours: 6 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.

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5.1st Food & Drink Centre (Branch)
Address:Perdana Square, 91000 Tawau, Sabah
This is the branch of the restaurant located at the open air stalls in Sabindo and offers a wide variety of choices for breakfast.

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