For the first time after living in Kota Kinabalu/ Sabah for the past 20 over years, finally I found one of the best (or the best?) Soto in Sabah at a small town called Tuaran (45 minutes to 1 hour from KK City). :) And it is certified by Tuaran residents as well!
Beside the usual Ngau Chap （牛杂） and the ordinary Soto that contains less noodle and less meat that we had in K.K., I never visit Tuaran just for a bowl of hot beef broth soup. Unexpectedly, it was introduced by a West Malaysia (Malay Uncle) who is in love with Sabah. :) My dad drove us and Malay Uncle lead us to that coffee shop.
- Soto Daging @ RM4.00 -
Me and Meatball-online had Soto Daging and it tasted good with well marinated meat and savoury beef broth soup, some how it tasted like a mixture of Chinese style of Ngau Chap. A very well fed brunch we had that Sunday.
Beside Soto, they serve Rojak as well and dad praised it after he have tried. :) Me and meatball would like to try their Rojak, but we were to full to do so.
- The Price list -
The price are cheap there (Range from RM3.00 to RM6.00) if compared with price in KK, especially after comparing with the contains inside their bowl of noodles served.
Furthermore, while I was looking around the coffee shop, I found something interesting that I actually sitting at a Chinese Coffee Shop (I saw Fortune God Red Paper at the Cashier) and having Malay Halal Food. :D And this in fact, only can be found in Sabah. Maybe the true 1 Malaysia as we heard can only be found in Sabah, Land Below the Wind. ;)
I will be back for their Soto/ Rojak in future. Have a great week to all!
Coffee Shop located at the corner of a row of shophouse and it is next to HSBC, Tuaran.