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Local Delights

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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.

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Umai

Umai is traditionally a standard lunch meal for the Melanau fishermen. A delicacy also known as Sarawak's "Sashimi".

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Cendol

Cendol is a sweet, cold dessert that is very popular when the days are hot.

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Rojak

Rojak is a 'salad' of either fruits such as pineapples, and vegetables like cucumber , turnip, tofu, and fried dough, and mixed in shrimp paste and sprinkled with crushed peanuts. The taste is exotic and a fusion these fruits and is a favorite among Mirians.

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Manok Pansoh

Manok Pansoh is an Iban delicacy, which is essentially chicken in bamboo.

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Curry Rice

Curry Rice is usually a plate of white rice, topped with chopped steamed chicken and chopped pork 'char siew' and finally curry gravy is poured on top of it all.

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'You Cha Kueh' (Deep Fried Dough)

'You Cha Kueh' (Deep Fried Dough) is a deep-fried dough, a chewy and delicious snack taken with coffee or tea in the mornings or afternoons - requiring skill and expertise in kneading with the right amounts of ingredients to get the right consistency and the deep frying technique to make the perfect 'You Cha Kueh' crispiness, color and taste.

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Indigenous Cuisine at Summit Cafe / Gerai Nuba Laya

Summit Cafe / Gerai Nuba Laya, located at Center Point Phase I serve interesting indigenous dishes.

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Kueh Chap

A bowl of Kueh Chap normally contains herbal broth, pork meat, pork belly, pork intestines, fried tofu skin, boiled egg, 'you char kueh' (fried dough) and served with rice flakes.

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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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