Bintulu /biːnˈtuːluː/ (Chinese: 民都魯; pinyin: Míndūlǔ; Pe̍h-ōe-jī: Bîn-to͘-ló͘) is a coastal town on the island of Borneo in the central region of Sarawak, Malaysia. Bintulu is located 610 kilometres (380 mi) northeast of Kuching, 216 kilometres (134 mi) northeast of Sibu, and 200 kilometres (120 mi) southwest of Miri. With a population of 114,058 as of 2010, Bintulu is the capital of the Bintulu District of the Bintulu Division of Sarawak, Malaysia.
Things to do in Bintulu
4 based on 8 reviews
This is a Filipino food joint which serves awesome food. They open for lunch, the kitchen closes in between and they open again for dinner at about 5.30pm.
They serve rice dishes as well as dishes without rice. We had a plate of long beans for only 6 ringgit, a plate of seep fried pork belly with rice for 8 ringgit and a plate of pork in coconut milk ans chilli for 7 ringgit.
The portions were big and the food was really tasty. Nevertheless we have to go back there to try the signature deep fried pork knuckles.
4 based on 10 reviews
Recently renamed, everything from the decor to the menu remains the same. More importantly, the food remains the best western you are probably going to get in Bintulu.
Try the walnut bacon salad for starters, share a family platter and finish with bread pudding for desert.
4 based on 11 reviews
The restaurant is walking distance from our hotel. Restaurant is clean and air conditioned. Food price was reasonable. Typical chinese restaurant. Just a minor problem, I don't find the staff was friendly or helpful. Service from the staff is very cold. But on the other side food was nice. Soup is tasty and also other stuff that we ordered. Chicken 'pineapple' style, beef with dried chillies, stir fry-seasonal vegetables with oyster sauce, all nice. Ignoring the service, will definitely come back to try other dishes.
4 based on 19 reviews
Nice food with an average prices. Serving local and western. Nasi Goreng ikan masin with extra chili ??????????
4 based on 17 reviews
This shop is also one of few place where you can play on-line darts.
Got 4 machines, surely best place to play.
You can find best darts player in this shop and have a fun with.
Plenty of varietion of the drink.
Staff are very kind and friendly.
Few place to eat tasty Japanese dishes as well!!
4.5 based on 4 reviews
You can choose individual pot or shared base big pot, depends on your coneniencey, and so many variety to choose and select for your favourite soup base. What impressed me was this shop can serve thinnest slice of meat you can get in this town, very good for shabu-shabu. Recommend to Japanese person.
Many appetizer( my favourite is dumpling) available for drinking as well, slightly need more effort on beer, but very rare Taiwanee's beer can be available in this shop.
Food serving speed is very fast, very skilled lady serving and taking an order.
4 based on 92 reviews
We invite all who are in search of authentic food and beer from all over the world, good music, live football (yeah, it is called football, not soccer),laidback ambiance and friendly environment to our humble gastropub here in Bintulu. Our Chef BZ (Executive Chef) strives to create wholesome dishes, and we pride ourselves in using better quality ingredients. Our evergreen menu also serves Bolaven Coffees, exclusive selection of wine and champagne, as well as other beverages. Our Motto: To the best we can.
This restaurant must be doing very well as it seem to be full during lunch n dinner hour.
Its located next to a japanese restaurant and Inn86.Western food n local cuisine are served here.
The prices are reasonable n services are efficient n fast.Food is simple and good.Ambience of the restaurant is also very good in the evening.
Its a cozy place that will grow on you.Its certainly a good restaurant in Bintulu.
4 based on 8 reviews
Many choices and its halal, they served economical rice and also ala carte. Their mustard prawn and ayam penyet is a good choice
4 based on 8 reviews
The name of the restaurant doesn't convey that this is traditional Chinese food. The decor is a little chintzy for my taste, all red and gold and the chairs covered in satin. I wouldn't have gone in had it not been recommended by friends who regularly visit the town and this restaurant. The food is really good and inexpensive ie Prawn Nasi goreng 6RM (£1). The steamed fish really Good. However, the main reason for Young is the coconut jelly 9RM (£1.70) and easily serves 2. It comes in a coconut and is delicious...... I'm told by people who have tried many others that it's the best in town. Nice little restaurant, worth a try
4.5 based on 12 reviews
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