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Nasi Lemak

Nasi Lemak is fried chicken, hard boiled egg or fried egg, salted fish, salted peanuts, and coconut rice mixed together; but the 'secret sauce' in all of this and the one pulling factor to become 'nasi lemak' is the sambal.

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Nasi Lalapan

Nasi Lalapan comes in various forms, from Nasi Lalapan bawal, Nasi Lalapan empel (beef) to Nasi Lalapan lele (catfish), to Nasi Lalapan ayam.

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Birds' Nest

When in Miri one shouldn't miss the opportunity to sample some birds' nest delicacy dessert. (Available on pre-order from certain restaurants)

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Bario Rice

Bario Rice is one of the finest and best rice produced in the highlands of Sarawak.

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Kek Lapis Sarawak (Sarawak Layered Cakes)

Always colorful and full of vibrant patterns, the Kek Lapis Sarawak are a sight to behold just sitting in its dish awaiting to be eaten.

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Tuak

Tuak is a rice wine and is a specialty drink of longhouses, served to guests.

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Tomato Kueh Teow (Watanho)

Tomato Kueh Teow (Watanho) is another Sarawakian twist to a Malaysian favorite. Just like its cantonese fried version, the tomato Kueh Teow differs in one aspect - tomato sauce.

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Chicken Rice

Steamed or roasted, chicken rice is everyone's favorite lunch meal - always fulfilling and always appetizing.

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Satay

Satay, a very popular dish consists of chunks of marinated chicken or beef on bamboo or coconut lead spine skewers grilled over charcoal.

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"Kolok Mee"

"Kolok Mee" or 'kolo mee' is a popular dish of dried light yellow egg noodle served with barbequed 'char siew' (pork) or chicken .

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