Night Market Kota Kinabalu | Burpple - 6 Reviews, Malaysia

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What an experience. Haha. The girlfriend didn't prep me for what this place is. When we arrived, it was just chaos (in a mostly good way). A market bustling at night, selling mainly what we would associate with mornings, such as seafood and fruits. The hawkers also spoke an impressive amount of Korean. I realised Koreans love KK. This came wrongly. We ordered something else but sibei plain nasi goreng came.

What an experience. Haha. The girlfriend didn't prep me for what this place is. When we arrived, it was just chaos (in a mostly good way). A market bustling at night, selling mainly what we would associate with mornings, such as seafood and fruits. The hawkers also spoke an impressive amount of Korean. I realised Koreans love KK. Given how much I love jagung, I had to order this. It had all the good stuff, but somehow not that enjoyable.

What an experience. Haha. The girlfriend didn't prep me for what this place is. When we arrived, it was just chaos (in a mostly good way). A market bustling at night, selling mainly what we would associate with mornings, such as seafood and fruits. The hawkers also spoke an impressive amount of Korean. I realised Koreans love KK. When we reached the food zone, the seafood variety was pure wow. There were shellfish I've never seen before and prawns larger than lobsters. We were wary of scammers but this is one of the most central stalls and the friendly guy gave decent prices. This was about 10 SGD. The sotong, batter and frying were excellent. Rarely you get to personally choose a fresh squid to be turned into calamari.

What an experience. Haha. The girlfriend didn't prep me for what this place is. When we arrived, it was just chaos (in a mostly good way). A market bustling at night, selling mainly what we would associate with mornings, such as seafood and fruits. The hawkers also spoke an impressive amount of Korean. I realised Koreans love KK. When we reached the food zone, the seafood variety was pure wow. There were shellfish I've never seen before and prawns larger than lobsters. We were wary of scammers but this is one of the most central stalls and the friendly guy gave decent prices. This was about 15 SGD. Unfortunately, although the salted egg was okay, the lobster wasn't that fresh.

What an experience. Haha. The girlfriend didn't prep me for what this place is. When we arrived, it was just chaos (in a mostly good way). A market bustling at night, selling mainly what we would associate with mornings, such as seafood and fruits. The hawkers also spoke an impressive amount of Korean. I realised Koreans love KK. When we reached the food zone, the seafood variety was pure wow. There were shellfish I've never seen before and prawns larger than lobsters. We were wary of scammers but this is one of the most central stalls and the friendly guy gave decent prices. This was about 15 SGD. Unfortunately, although the kam heong was done well, the lobster wasn't that fresh and we suspect that's why he suggested kam heong.

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