Kedai Kopi Sin Seng Fatt in Gaya Street serves some of the tastiest, succulent BBQ pork (char sau and the fattier-but-even-tastier variety, san yuk), that SabahBah ever had the pleasure of tasting.
The white interior, stained by time, might not draw the attention of the average tourist, but the greying Mr. Lee behind his pork-filled class cabinet has a look in his eye that makes you stop to investigate.
Passing by during lunchtime usually finds Sin Seng Fatt Coffee Shop packed with punters. The char sau and san yuk sells at a brisk pace, and when you taste it you soon realise why. The san yuk in particular is as juicy and tasty as a slow-cooked Sunday roast.
There’s also interesting dishes to choose from for your economy rice-style lunch, and an interesting chicken-cooked-in-foil dish, which is often spotted on tables.
When you’re Gaya street next, do pop in to Kedai Kopi Sin Seng Fatt to try the delicious BBQ pork.