01 December 2009

Filipino Market

Filipino market is a famous place for selling wet stuff such as vege and fish. It also sells fresh seafood. I talked to a local when I was in Kota Kinabalu on why it is called a Filipino market. According to him, there used to be Filipino traders there but today, it is occupied by local traders. The concept of seafood meal is that, you get to choose what seafood you want to eat and pay accordingly.
(They use a long table. Free seating)
(The seafood is BBQ on the spot)
(Wide selection of seafood. Fish, lobsters, Cuttlefish, and crabs)

27 Reptozian Messages:

Diane AZ said...

The Filipino Market looks like a fun place to visit and eat. The food looks so good!

eynda said...

Nyumm nyummm....

Willie a.k.a Reptoz said...

DianeAZ :Yes indeed.

Eynda :Jom makan?

Norris said...

ikan bakar ya nampak sedap..lapar nya aku nangga..!...bila aku nak p sabah tok..eehehe..nunggu anak aku dah besar mcm willie la kelak...

CT NORAMIZA said...

waaaaa i want i want i want slurrppp...lobsterrrrrr

Rose said...

You make me hungry only!! Aaaarrgg!

I never get chance to visit Filipino market when I went to KK twice. Must make it the next time I going to KK!!

chegu carol said...

believe it or not, i have not gone to that place to eat. :P

Kelvin said...

is those seafood all cook in the last pic?

SunShine said...

OMG! Now i'm missing Philippines!
At KL, every Sunday morning, in front of St. John's Church, they have this Filipino bazaar going on where you get to try other Filipino food! Awesomeness! The food is yummy!

Now i feel like having Spaghetty, Adobo Chicken and i even miss Balud! have you tried Balud, ever? :P

manglish said...

wow.......look at that spread......wow.......drooling hahahah....

Merryn said...

mahal or not? i'll make sure to go there if i visit KK one day. :D

Pete said...

Yum Yum, real good bbq fresh too!

Daniel Chiam said...

I LOVE THAT PLACE~! It looks like it has everything! haha

Kris and Nadia said...

yeay... seumur hidup sya, 3x sya pernah pg sana woo.. thumbs up to you..miahhaa.. :D

rainfield61 said...

Is lobster BBQ on the spot? Cannot imagine. You just have a rich variety of seafood.

Cath J said...

Ayo its been long time.. Try to visit this when I go bck kk.. very soon.. yey!!

Krisno said...

Wah..nampak sedap makanan di sinun..

khairul onggon said...

sia nang best willie.. harus di singgah tempat tuk.. suka ku mkn sia ehehehe...

Willie a.k.a Reptoz said...

Norris :Mesti sabar bro. Len kali ada la chance u pergi sia. Hehehe

CtNoramiza :Hahahah...tengok jer...

Rose :U better cooks some fish tonight.

CheguCarol :What? You should la...as org sabah. Hahaha

Kelvin :Yes they were.

Sunshine :Hehehe...who wouldn't miss home cook right?

Manglish :Yo lor...if those were cheap...i would have eaten more liao!

Merryn :Yup! Expensive!

Pete :Definitely!

Willie a.k.a Reptoz said...

DanielChiam :Almost everything!

Nadia :Hahahaha kenapa bah?

Rainfield :Yup!

CathJ :Should. Hahaha

Krisno :Nang sodap!

Khairul :Wokeh!

Mei Teng said...

I like visiting markets in place I travel to.

I visited the Patong Market briefly but missed out on seeing the souvenirs as the place was not open yet and I didn't have time to wait around as I have a flight to catch.

ladyviral said...

Oh looks like a funfilled Pasar.

Lovely shots ^_^

Me said...

hmmmm... this pictures of yours made me feel peckish to bbq ang seafoods...it´s to early to go to seafood market in here hehehe maybe later...
anyway...nice and cool shot...

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Me said...

Is this in philippines? and where?

Ayie said...

this is what I miss back home! We like to go to this kind of place when we want fresh seafoods and eat it right there, buy and have them cook it the way we want.

foongpc said...

I've been to the Filipino market! Yes lots of food there! Yummy! : )

My said...

Oh, yes, this is a typical Filipino market. We can't eat with just one or two dishes on the table, hehee!