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Alu-Alu Cafe, Jesselton Point, Kota Kinabalu

Last Saturday, 10 bloggers were invited to 
attend a food review at the Alu-Alu Cafe in Jesselton Point. 
Its located right beside the Canon Sales and Marketing office.
This is the 2nd food review organized by Symington from Gayana Eco Resort.
You can read bout' the first one here!

 Love how the place is so clean and very spacious!


Nicely packed fresh veges

 Bloggers table

Dino and Symington
 (the organizers for this food review)

*Picture credits to Meitzeu*

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Very clean and organized!

Alright here is the best part..
THE FOOD!! *drools*

Salted Vegetable & Beancurd Soup (Mix Fish Head) - RM25

I like how the sour and salty taste go together! 
The taste of the salted vegetable isn't too strong but just nice.
The sour taste wasn't too strong either!

Chinese Herb & Yam Soup (Fish Head) - RM25

 I just love yams and also the taste of this soup!
Very unique taste!

Fish Ball with Glass Noodle Soup  -  RM16

I must say I love the fish balls! Soft and chewy!
The glass noodles (aka Tong Hoon) are a perfect combination with the soup!

 Right side 

Left Side
Steam Chicken with Salt (Kampung Chicken) - RM45 

There was a funny moment while we were all taking pictures of this dish.
Charlotte was busy taking some pictures and suddenly asked this 
" Whats the difference between these two dishes?"
Then someone replied " One is left and the other is right." 

Anyways, the chicken were nicely steamed and the meat was just nice. 
Not overcooked but the texture is perfect!

Fish Fillet with Wasabi & Potato - RM20

This is by far everyone's favourite!
I just love potatoes and the also the best part of 
eating this is..its fried together with fish fillet and wasabi!
Yums!! Will order this when I drop by Alu-Alu Cafe again!
Definitely a recommended dish for you to order!

Stir Fried Fish Fillet with Butter Milk Sauce - RM20 

Who doesn't love buttermilk sauce??
This is just so D-E-L-I-C-I-O-U-S!
That's all I can say!

Thai Style Ba Jiao Fish Fillet - RM20 

Remember this dish? 
It was served on the first Alu-Alu Restaurant Food Review! 
The famous Thai Style Ba Jiao Fish Fillet really caught everyone's attention!
The sweet and sour taste is simply irresistible!
This is also a recommended this!

Braised Fish Head with Beancurd in Claypot – RM32

I just couldn't stop eating this! You have no idea how good this is! 
Oh for those who doesn't fancy fish head,
 you can request for a different part of the fish to be served for this dish.

Organic Bak Choy with Garlic – RM12

Super crunchy and fresh Bak Choy! 

Braised Fish Head with Enoki Mushroom & Red Dates – RM32

I love the sauce!
 Love how the red dates adds a little
extra taste into the sauce making the whole dish smells really nice! 

  Organic Choy Sum With Braised Superior Sauce – RM12

I am a fan century eggs! This is one awesome vege dish!
Taste like Wa Tan Ho and I love how crunchy the veges are!

Bloggers group photo
(Left to right : Charlotte, Me, Meitzeu, Wendy, Hayden

*Picture credits to Eric*

Prices are nett inclusive of service & taxes.

Just to add in : Meals can be as affordable at RM10nett per person (for the general lunch workforce) where they can order a soup of their choice with fish fillet/fish head/fish ball etc. and comes with noodles (dry or soup) or with rice.

You can contact Symington Jenkins at
+6013 860 6220 / +088 380 390 / 088- 381 390 (fax). 

You can also email him at :

For more information about Alu-Alu, Gayana Resort and
Bunga Raya Island Resort & Spa, please visit 


  1. nice food!! so hungry right now after reading ur blog hehe

  2. should be pretty expensive! =S

  3. Hello!
    I love your blog!
    I just found it!

    I made a blog a couple of months ago too.
    I would really appreciate it if you could check it out and follow if you like it!
    Thank you!!!

  4. awwww glad that made u laugh! :) i reli didnt think my question was so funny! hahahah! we must go makan together again beb!


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