[Up to 63% Off] Authentic Kota Kinabalu Daging Penyet + Satay Jamrut Sipitang at Koki Bandung Restaurant: Choice of Chicken, Mutton, Beef Ribs, OR Mackerel. 2 Dishes + 6 Satay Sticks (RM18) / 4 Dishes + 12 Satay Sticks (RM25). Halal
- Choose from Ayam Pukul, Iga Penyet, Kambing Penyet and Ayam Penyet.
- Served with spicy home-made Indonesian sauce and rice.
- Choice of grilled or fried satay jamrut sipitang served with Indonesian sauce.
- Satay meat choices: chicken, beef, beef tripe, or mutton.
- Meal sharing allowed.
- Bandung-inspired diner.
- Wi-Fi available.
- Redemption period: Jul 25, 2012 – Nov 3, 2012.
- Bookings must be made between Jul 14, 2012 – Nov 2, 2012.
- Min. 1 day prior booking required. Bookings subject to availability.
- Rescheduling must be made at least 4 hours prior to original booking or Groupon will be forfeited.
- Valid 9am – 12am daily (including public holidays).
- Valid from 4pm – 12am during fasting month (Jul 20, 2012 – Aug 20, 2012).
- Closed on Aug 18, 2012 – Aug 26, 2012.
- May buy and use many.
- Sharing allowed.
- Dine-in only.
- Halal restaurant.
- No service charges or Government tax.
- Valid at Koki Bandung Restaurant: 088-485 298 (Call 9am – 12am daily / 4pm – 12am daily during fasting month: Jul 20, 2012 – Aug 20, 2012).
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Celebrated cultural icons inspired from neighbouring nations include exotic décor, infamous folk dances, and the haze. Today’s Groupon treasures international relations with authentic Borneo daging penyet dishes and satay jamrut sipitang servings at Koki Bandung Restaurant in Kota Kinabalu. Choose from:
- 2 dishes of daging penyet + 6 satay jamrut sipitang sticks for RM18 instead of RM34
- 4 dishes of daging penyet + 12 satay jamrut sipitang sticks for RM25 instead of RM68
Choices of daging penyet:
Choices of satay jamrut sipitang:
Sumatran soloists and Javanese junkies flock to founding forte of Malaysian-Indonesian fusion chefs for penyet promiscuity and satay soliloquy. Serving meat morsel varieties of ayam pukul, iga penyet, mutton penyet and ayam penyet, the classic Bandung-inspired diner completes boundary-breaking blends with unique local cuisine of satay jamrut sipitang of grilled or fried façade for cross cultural meets or barrier-blurring brawls.
Phone: 088-485 298 (Call 9am – 12am daily) (Call 4pm – 12am daily during fasting month: Jul 20, 2012 – Aug 20, 2012)
Ayam Pukul, literally translated as Boxing Chicken, is a dish made from chicken drummets where the meats were pushed up to form a 'boxing gloves' shape. It was deep-fried and coated with 'Bumbu' sauce and spicy chili sauce. Tasted sweet and spicy and goes really well with rice. – Jun 1, 2012
I've tried Ayam Penyet and Kambing Penyet. Quite good and the part that will make me come back; SAMBAL. They have awesome sambal which suit my javanese tongue/appetite – Mar 10, 2012