Located along Gaya Street, this scruffy stall serves what is argued by many to be the best bowl of bak kut teh. Literally translated as "pork bone tea," this Chinese dish is a staple through much of Malaysia. The soup, filled with meaty pork ribs and a long list of herbs and spices, is served with rice and strips of fried dough. For those interested in tasting more than just ribs, the pork liver, pork belly, and various other intestines are available as well. Plastic
tables are set up on the street outside and all of the offerings go down well with a large bottle of Tiger beer.
74 Jalan Gaya, Kota Kinabalu, Sabah, 88000, Malaysia