[Up to 63% Off] Fish & Chips OR Chicken Chop + Homemade Soup at Red Place for 1 (RM15) / 2 (RM25) / 4 (RM35) People. From RM8.80 per person. Pork-free
- Choose from fish & chips or chicken chop mushroom au-gratin.
- Comes with homemade mushroom soup or roasted pumpkin soup.
- Meal sharing allowed.
- Chef with up to 6 years of experience.
- Wi-Fi available.
- Redemption period: Aug 18, 2012 – Oct 18, 2012.
- Bookings must be made between Aug 7, 2012 – Oct 16, 2012.
- Min. 2 days prior booking required. Bookings subject to availability.
- Rescheduling must be done 1 day prior to original booking or Groupon voucher will be forfeited.
- Valid 11am – 12am daily (including public holidays).
- Not valid on every 2nd and 4th Tuesday of the month.
- Dine-in only.
- Pork-free restaurant.
- May buy and use many.
- Sharing is allowed.
- Service charges included. No Government tax.
- Valid at Red Place: 088-710 762 (Call 11am – 12am daily).
- See the rules that apply to all deals.
Like songs, meals should always be savoured, warming, and kept inside mouths. Today’s Groupon avoids butchering appetites with a fish and chips or chicken chop with soup at Red Place in Kota Kinabalu. Choose from:
- Meal for 1 person for RM15 instead of RM23.50
- Meal for 2 people for RM25 instead of RM47 (only RM12.50 per person)
- Meal for 4 people for RM35 instead of RM94 (only RM8.80 per person)
Each person gets:
Basking in pleasant glows and aromas, parties of two, four, or one tuck in before presenting orders to chefs with up to six years of experience. Meals begin with savoury slurps from either homemade mushroom soup or roasted pumpkin soup served with garlic butter toast. Tingle tongues more with offerings of fish and chips or chicken chop mushroom au-gratin while choosing to share meals with hungry sidekicks or famished acquaintances via available Wi-Fi.
Red Place does not serve pork, but offers alcohol on its menu.
Phone: 088- 710 762 (Call 11am – 12am daily)
Tucked in a corner of Towering, lies an unassuming yet cosy little eatery called the Red place. At first glance, one could be forgiven for expecting Chinese dishes on the menu, not least judging from its namesake. It is at this warm friendly place, that a bunch of lens totting, QWERTY pounding young people were invited to feast on their interpretation of how food are made in the west.
So allay your presumptions now, for this is restaurant serves western and continental food that packs a pow both visually and taste. – Jul 16, 2012