Have you visited Kuching Festival at MBKS? After not having it for two years, it’s back this year. More stalls and more food. It started on 29 July 2022 and will end on 21 August 2022. I’ve been there 4 times. How about you?
Here’s the compilation of my visit. I foresee that I will be going there again for few more times because it’s pretty near to my place. I have everything updated on my Instagram. It is much more updated there than in this blog ;p
So far, what’s the best food had you tried? To me, I feel that the food from Pinoy’s stalls is quite OK. Quality is better compared to many other stalls. So far, most are so-so. Edible but don’t expect it to be super delicious. Plenty of “landmines” as well. You’ll just have to try them for yourself to know what’s good and what’s not. It’s pretty much based on personal preferences too.
The food there is not cheap. However, just buying what you can eat will do. We could easily fill our tummy for less than RM50. Plenty of food below RM10 that can be filling. If you are there to try all the fancy food and eat more than you can handle, then that’s another story.
It’s already packed as early as 4.30pm during the weekend. As for weekdays, the crowd fills up the place by 5pm. So do go early if you want to avoid the crowd and for nearer parking.