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Roadhouse... Brunei Style...


This is probably the most famous roadhouse in Brunei, the triple-K or K.K.Koya Restaurant in Telisai. If you go there during the day, you will see quite a few 18-wheelers and lorries parked out front. All the truckers are either enroute to KB or Muara. Either way, this is a good place to make a stop for roti kosong (the fish curry sauce is to die for) and teh tarik, and a stick or two of sampoerna or mild seven before continuing the journey...

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  1. rasanya nyaman K2koya diKB, 1st time mkn rojak ayamnya 3.5* 2nd time mkn, patah selera ooops

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  2. Awu banar tu.. rojak ayamnya atu macam berubah sudah... dulu I remember sos nya warna kemerah2an sikit. Masa ani mengitam and not as nice... tukar chef kali bah heheh...

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