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Whether you prefer fine dining, country cooking, vegetarian, Japanese shashimi, pizza, fried chicken, noodles or Thai tom yam, Miri has something to tempt you.
Cosmopolitan Miri offers just about every type of dining experience available in Asia. Exclusive and opulent hotel restaurants compete with trendy bistros, seafood cafes, food centres and beachfront stalls. In the Kelabit Highlands you can feast on wild venison cooked with coriander flowers, and the Orang Ulu people of Baram serve tasty meals of jungle greens, river prawns and freshly-caught fish.
Miri's famous are the Sarawak Laksa, 'Marudi' kueh tiaw, 'kolok mee' (dried noodles), curry rice, various fine noodles, chicken rice, beed noodles, dim sum and many more varieties of;
Miri offers a wide range of famous and delicious Malay food like nasi lemak, satay, mee goreng, beef rendang and others. They can be found at food stalls along North Yu Seng Road, Jalan Permaisuri, Jalan Bendahara, Taman Serojo, Taman Selera and Sarberkas Commercial Center.
There are many good Chinese restaurants in Miri apart from those in hotels. They serve excellent Cantonese, Hakka, Teochew, Foochow cuisines. Don't forget to savour the famous 'Tutu' fresh water fish.
The hotels in Miri serve some of the best western cuisine. You can also order western cuisine like steaks, Fish & Chips and continental food in joints like Al Fresco Side Walk Cafe, Cafe Bavaria, Cafe Miri, Sea Horse Bistro and many other places.
Fresh seafood is abundant in Miri. Some seafood restaurants offer fresh and live seafoood like fish, prawn, crab, lobster and many more.
Miri also offers Indonesian, Indian, Thai, Korean and Japanese cuisine at various outlets around the city. If you feel more adventurous, you must try the raw fish salad known as "Umai", white crispy "keropok lekoh", tnagy herby chinese "kacang ma". For those with exotic tastes, sago worms and jungle snails make interesting gastronomic excursions into the unknown!
Please check out Food Centers in Miri.
Please read the MakanManiacs blog site for many more comprehensive information on food around Miri!
The Miri Recreation Club was one of the long line of clubs in Miri. Today the club doesn't exist any more, and the building the club was in now houses the Urban and Social Development Offices.
Although no records existed of year it was built, its first clubhouse was a converted bungalow in Malay Road, which is now Center Point Phase I Commercial Center. By 1929 its location was moved to its current location next to the St. Columba's schools, in a larger wooden building.
Enter World War II. Like most buildings in Miri of its era, the club's building was destroyed during the Japanese occupation by allied bombs. After the war in 1946 a temporary wooden construction was built for the club, only to be destroyed by a fire. In 1955, a new building, built of bricks & mortar was built in place of the 1946 wooden version. This building remains standing today.
The Lutong Recreational Club was sort of a sister club to the Miri Recreational Club, but for Lutong, whereas Miri Recreational Club located for the Miri side. Some time in the late 1970s, the two clubs merged to form the Lutong Shell Club and the piece of land the club was on was provided back to the government.
The current building, completely unchanged since, is now the Government Department of Urban and Social Development. This article is from the web site miriresortcity dot com - this sentence is here to prevent blatant plagarism. In addition to the building, there is a field behind it usable football and other sports.