Mee Sup Pipin – Originally Mee Sup Inobong


When looking for food at Donggongon, everyone will mention of Mee Sup Pipin. What is Mee Sup Pipin and why does it called Mee Sup Pipin. We meet up with Georgina Pipin, The owner of Mee Sup Pipin and ask her about the origin of Mee Sup Pipin

According to Georgina, Mee Sup Pipin was originally known as Mee Sup Inobong, as their outlet is located at Inobong area. As they becoming more and more famous, many shops at Donggongon area start serving the same type of noodle and also named it as Mee Sup Inobong.  The DO (District officer) drop by one of the shop and tried their version of Mee Sup Inobong and disappointed with the food quality. Later when he realised they are mere copycats of the original Mee Sup Inobong, he meet up with Georgina and advice her to choose a new name for her business and register it so other shops around Donggongon cannot use the same name again. The name Inobong cannot be used because Inobong is name of an area and cannot be registered.

Georgina decide to named it as Mee Sup Pipin as remembrance for her late Grandfather, Anthony Pipin. She learned the recipe from her late grandfather and think it’s appropriate to named it after her grandfather. Since then, Mee Sup Pipin become one of the most popular eateries in Donggongon and peoples come from all over Kota Kinabalu to taste this tasty noodle.

Mee Sup Pipin, Kampung Inobong
Mee Sup Pipin, Kampung Inobong

famous Mee Sup Pipin, The secret to the good taste of the soup and pork is the preparation of the ingredients.

Fish Assam Pedas

Fish Assam Pedas. To caters for to the demands of the locals, Mee Sup Pipin introduce more selections


Mee Sup Pipin also serve Hinava

Mee Sup Pipin, Kampung Inobong

Instead of the regular prickled tuhau, Mee Sup Pipin serve Tuhau cooked with salted fish, belacan and Assam Jawa. Served hot

Mee Sup Pipin, Kampung Inobong

Hakka Steamed Pork With Yam. An unexpected find at Mee Sup Pipin. Georgina’s grandfather was previously a caterer and learned how to make Chinese food.

Mee Sup Pipin, Kampung Inobong

If you love their soup, then you must try Sup Tulang (bone soup) It cost only RM2 for this bowl of soup with bones and meats

Mee Sup Pipin, Kampung Inobong

There are 2 Mee Sup Pipin at Kampung Tomposik, Inobong (both located side by side). Mee Sup Pipin (located at right from the entrance) is the first and original Mee Sup Pipin and Mee Sup Pipin 1(left side from the audience) is operated by her Auntie. Mee Sup Pipin at Taman Khidmat is operated by her brother. All of them serve Mee Sup Pipin (of course!) but they have different menu and side dishes.

If you looking for authentic local foods (Hinava and Tuhau) and tasty soup noodle, a trip to Mee Sup Pipin certainly worthwhile.


Kampung Tomposik,
89500 Penampang

GPS Location: 5.9082728N 116.1322609E

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Joanne Lee

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


  1. Hi there! I love your site. Do you think you can include informations such as operating hours and prices? I would love to visit all these places but don’t want to end up in disappointment when I reach the location, just to find out that the shop is closed. Thanks! 🙂


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