Ambuyat – Traditional Sabah dish at Le Meridien KK

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Ambuyat is a traditional dish commonly eaten usually during special events as a substitute for rice. Imbue is derived from the interior trunk of the sago palm. It is hard to find shops serving ambuyat around Kota Kinabalu as the it require a long and tedious process to prepare ambuyat. Luckily Le Meridien launch Ambuyat as the “Taste of Discovery” dish specially created by Chef Rondi

Ambuyat at Le Meridien KK

Hinava for appetiser, Hinava is also part of Taste of Discovery dishes

Ambuyat at Le Meridien KK

Ambuyat, a glue-like dish will surely tickles taste buds especially with its side dish as dip.

Ambuyat at Le Meridien KK

 double pronged bamboo stick (Candas) used to eat the Ambuyat

Ambuyat at Le Meridien KK

Ikan assam pedas, the side dish or dip

Ambuyat at Le Meridien KK

Strong taste Kangkung belacan

Ambuyat at Le Meridien KK

Chef Rondi take time to explain to us how to eat ambuyat

Ambuyat at Le Meridien KK

The correct way to eat ambuyat is by twirlling it around a stick, Dip it into the sauce and swallow.

Chef Rondi demo on how to eat ambuyat

Ambuyat is available at Circle Restaurant, Le Meridien.

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Joanne Lee

Chief Eater Extraordinaire of Sabaheats
I cook, I eat and I always looking for good food!

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