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Sarawak : Kornia’s Recipe

      

One of the ‘Cannot Miss’ list that must be jot down on your checklist if you are in Sarawak is, eating a various type of noodles at Kornia’s Recipe. It is a must visit restaurant if you want to taste something authentic, unique yet delicious.


Once you first step inside this restaurant, all you can smell is the aromatic scent of the foods, which absolutely a mouth watering. Various types of noodles being cooked as per-customers order such as Mee Kolok, Mee Jawa, Mee Hong Kong, Laksa Sarawak , Fried Noodle and many more. Other than that, they also served fried rice, nasi lemak, and plain rice served with chosen side dishes.

Opening Hours: 7AM – 3PM (Tuesday – Sunday)

               : Monday closed

Address / Location: Lot 2108 Ground Floor, Phase 1, Marina Square, 98000 Miri Sarawak.

Contact : +0146812354

Source : Internet

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