KKEats : From Farm to Table. Dim Sum Varieties by Alu-Alu Kitchen, Kolombong

Kota Kinabalu - Kolombong
Serve No Pork

From farm to table. A concept and goal that always kept by Alu-Alu Kitchen.

It's organic and chemical free vegetables grown and cultivated from Green Os Vegetables Farm. While seafood available that are delivered freshly from Borneo-Eco Fish. Both are production of Alu-Alu Kitchen. In addition, they do have chicken farm grown with organic way as well!
 

Starting from 1 September 2018, there are Pork Free Dim Sum that are available for us daily from 7.00am to 2.00pm!

In fact, I love Dim Sum and there colourful freshness in every bite just opens my eye.

Promising fresh and organic ingredients available which were truly delivered. And also, they do have a few that might require improvement too.


No one could resist Dim Sum. So, with most of the delicious dim sum we had, here we are with saliva drooling dishes!


Egg tarts


Deep Fried Prawn Dumplings (Prawn Salad) 

Tiger prawns are fresh and grown by own aquaculture system. No fishy smell and it's just fresh in every bites.


Rice Noodle with Shrimps

Some may say that the rice noodle was thick, I say it's just nice. Not too thick either. 

All of us just have different preference. Do we?


Steamed "Siao Loong Bao"

Normally Siao Loong Bao was not huge like such serving by Alu-Alu Kitchen.

 

Steamed Siew Mai


Deep Fried Yam Puff (Wu Kok) and other fried eateries.


 Dim Sum Varieties

 The above are the normal size serving with three to four pieces.

Larger serving are available for group tours.

Website :  Alu-Alu Kitchen
Facebook : Alu-Alu Kitchen

Daily Business Hour :
Dim Sum - from 7.00am - 2.00pm
Lunch - from 10.00am - 3.00pm
Dinner - from 5.30pm - 10.00pm

Delivery available and order to be placed before 11.00am. Delivery to Kolombong, Likas, Inanam, Lintas, within Kota Kinabalu (town area)

Pricing : Range from RM4.50 - 8.50

Reservation : 088-230 842

Location :
Lorong Mangga 1, Kolombong Light Industrial Estate, 
88450 Kota Kinabalu, Sabah, Malaysia.

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1 comment:

  1. Wahhh... those dim sum looks so good leh. Organic ingredients some more. The siew mai so many geh!

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