Gayang Seafood Restaurant

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“kim hiong” fried crabs

“Kim Hiong” is a wonderful sauce that cooked with a mixture of ingredients, like curry powder, curry leaf, grounded dry shrimp and eggs. “Kim Hiong” sauce can be used to fry prawns and fish. Here we have Kim Hiong sauce on fried crabs, the out come is finger licking good, yummy.

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gayang seafood restaurant entrance

Gayang Seafood Restaurant is another popular venue for kklites to enjoy great seafood dinner with friends and family. Spacious and open air dinner hall is the landmark of Gayang Seafood Restaurant, and this is another reasonable price seafood restaurant. To get here, travel north on Jalan Sulaman, and turn in at the next junction on the left after passing Salut Seafood Restaurant. The journey takes about 25 minutes from Kota Kinabalu City.

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live mantis prawns

Wonder why the Mantis Prawns are kept individually in a Coke bottle? This is to prevent them from fighting with each other, so that the beauty of the prawns are kept in place. Like any other seafood restaurants Gayang Seafood Restaurant specialises in fresh seafood that is right out of the aquariums. Live fishes, tiger prawns, crabs and clams are available for customers to select, before they go into the wok.

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live sea produces

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dinning hall

Gayang Seafood Restaurant is a wooden structure with stilts that was built on a swampy area and during high tide the building look like it is floating on the sea. Patrons can enjoy the sea breeze and steep in the beauty of the mangrove swamp surrounding the Gayang Seafood Restaurant.

An Overview of Gayang Seafood Restaurant Dinning Hall

There are also private rooms with air-condition for patrons who need a bit more privacy. Only two rooms are made for this purpose, one that seats 30 persons and the smaller one can seat 20 persons. Patrons only need to pay an extra charge to secure the private rooms, to avoid any disappointment do call in early for reservation.

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wet butter prawns

The ever popular butter prawns, cooked with butter and eggs, has a very tasty sauce.

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nyonya sauce with steamed talapia

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lemon chicken

Chicken and beef dishes are also available and there are lot of vegetables to choose from. This restaurant serves no pork.

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mushroom and vegetable with oyster sauce

Other than serving great seafood, Gayang Seafood Restaurant also commences a great view of the surrounding mangrove swamp.

A View from Gayang Seafood Restaurant

Gayang Seafood Restaurant,
Kampung Baharu, Jalan Sulaman,
Tuaran, Sabah, Malaysia.
tel: +6088 229 066

Business Hour: 11am to 10pm, daily.

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About Olombon
I live in Kota Kinabalu and run a blog called beautifulkk.com. This blog welcomes everyone to visit Sabah, one of the best destinations that Malaysia have to offer. Beaches, mountains, nature, underwater, and wildlife we have them all.

5 Responses to Gayang Seafood Restaurant

  1. Anne M says:

    This is lovely restaurant but can i see the new look and new picture Gayang restaurant.all the picture is 1 years ago.There must be a changing .I want to see it.please update.

  2. chia says:

    gayang restaurant is nice and have a great n nice yummy2 seafood..i go b4 to eat there 2 times already with family..

  3. beautifulkk says:

    See no “halal” sign there, but the place serves no pork and many muslims ate there.

  4. ryn says:

    dear admin…

    the number for this restaurants are not available anymore,,,

  5. Daim Basrun says:

    Boleh saya tahu no tel Gayang Restoran sebab saya nak plan bawa kawan makan di sana

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