Best Food Courts in Kuching

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Best Food Courts in Kuching

Published on June 16, 2020 | by

Kuching is known for its widespread selections of local delights and other international cuisine. Some say that it can be quite difficult to travel around for food in Kuching because all the good stalls are scattered all around. How about we tell you that you can simply visit a place or two and get all the delicious delicacies that you want under one roof?

It is pretty straightforward, head over to any popular food courts around your area and you will be content with the wide range of food available. Here’s a list of Kuching’s best food courts, and hopefully it will help you in finding your ultimate favourite of Sarawak’s delights!


Premier 101 Food Center

Premier 101 Food Centre is probably the most popular food court in Kuching that comes to life just after 6.00pm and lingers on until late at night. Here, patrons can choose various delicacies from the 100 stalls that comes in various sizes including several seafood restaurants and specialty eateries in the area.

For first timers, you might go crazy over the food selections that are available here. So, once you are there, you might want to look around first before deciding on the food that you want to indulge in. You don’t want to regret later where there is this great “little fried-something” just a few stalls away.

2, Jalan Kempas, Tabuan Heights, 93350 Kuching, Sarawak, Malaysia, 93350, Kuching, Sarawak

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Song Kheng Hai Food Court

Song Kheng Hai Food Court is among the oldest food court in Jalan Padungan area. Popular for serving an extensive range of local delicacies, this one is a must-go place whenever you are in Kuching. Even though the environment is rather plain and simple (and maybe a bit dirty), but the food served here is simply delicious. Some stalls cater for heavy cuisine, and some are for snacks in between meals.

Among the crowds’ favourites include kuey teow, tomato noodles, kong pia, bamboo coconut juice, fresh coconut, Indian curry with Biryani, Belacan Bee Hoon, Chinese fried rice, and Mee goreng. If you are looking for something light, easy yet unique, this is probably the right place for you.

154, Lorong 15, 93100 Kuching, Sarawak, Malaysia, 93100, Kuching, Sarawak
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Siniawan Night Market

Have you ever gone to a night market where it isn’t exactly like a night market but food court instead? Except that it is outdoor, in the beautiful street of Siniawan. Located along the Sarawak river, the hundred-year-old town may be sleepy by day but come nightfall, it pulsates with life.

Visiting this place will give you a great experience in sampling traditional snacks. Here, you can get glutinous rice dumplings, Ang Ku Kueh and Ondeh-Ondeh – malay dumplings rolled in coconut flakes with a palm sugar filling. This place is also well-known for their authentic Hakka origin delicacies. So, if you are up for a lovely dinner in the street of a 100-year-old Chinese village, you should definitely visit Siniawan Night Market.

Jalan Siniawan, Siniawan, 94000 Bau, Sarawak, Malaysia, 94000, Kuching, Sarawak
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Friday, Saturday

Top Spot Food Court

Top Spot Food Court is the go-to eatery for tourists and anyone who craves for seafood dishes. Located in the city centre of the Kuching city and adjacent to all the high end hotels in the area, this food court consists of multiple stalls offering local delights and seafood at a very reasonable price range.

The place is also 100% halal which makes it a lot easier for Muslim to indulge in Sarawak’s traditional delicacies. Bilin (local fern), mud crabs, bamboo chicken, beef and lamb satays, freshly squeezed sugarcane juice, and coconut drink are among Sarawak’s specialty that you can find at the well-known Top Spot Food Court.

17, Jalan Bukit Mata Kuching, 93100 Kuching, Sarawak, Malaysia, 93100, Kuching, Sarawak
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Queen Bee Food Court

Located at a very strategic location adjacent to Memoire Hornbill Hotel and the famous Grill Wine Café, Queen Bee Food Court is filled with beautiful green décors, high ceiling, and spacious dining section indoor and outdoor. Eating here will make you feel like dining in a garden with plants and flowers all around.

Noodles stalls featuring Kampua, Kolok-mee, Bak Tin Chicken, Tree Root Soup, and beef noodle are the main attraction here. Other delicious dishes including Chinese cuisine, Malay food, and even seafood delicacies are also available for patrons who prefer a variety of choices. What’s even better? You can opt for the economic rich during lunch for only RM7 and choose unlimited combination of vegetables, fish and meat.

3147, Jalan Tun Ahmad Zaidi Adruce, Hock Kui Commercial Centre, 93050 Kuching, Sarawak, Malaysia, Kuching, Sarawak
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