Toast and Tea for lunch
The chain of kopitiams called Fook Yuen is my absolute favourite spot to hang. Food is reasonably priced (actually, it’s probably one of the lowest-priced food you’ll find in Kota Kinabalu), and the milk tea and kaya-and-butter toast are my absolute stress-relievers.
The food choice and taste seems to be the best at the Asia City Complex and Karamunsing Capital branches. I’ve never tried the original shop at Damai Plaza, but I’m not a big fan of the cafe at Wisma Jubli near Gaya Street; the toast isn’t as crunchy, the taste of the kaya is a little bit too coconut-y for me, and the texture of the bread is coarser. I find that strange because I presume they were supplied from the same supplier.
I also sometimes go for their half-priced cheese cakes in the cooler if they do have any. They usually sell it a few days before it expires. Fook Yuen is a little extra generous when it comes to their cheese and butter ingredients, and none of those crappy non-salted butter is used.
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