More about Upperstar
Upperstar appeals to the masses of KK with its diner-style concept, cheap-&-cheerful western food & beer and Internet-equipped padded booths.
The chain started out with 1 outlet in Segama complex, opposite the Hyatt Regency Kinabalu, many years ago, and since then Upperstar have evolved and opened up more branches – Suria Sabah Shopping Mall, Lintas, Damai, recently in Imago Mall with plans in 1Borneo and a new development along the Dongongon Highway.
All branches have the same menu, décor which is a clutter of kitsch tinkets and service, which can be hit-or-miss.
On Upperstar’s menu there’s western fare; chicken chops, lamb chops, steak, pasta, chicken wings, a taco fold-over of sorts.
There’s also a few local dishes; the ‘Malaysian Delight’ and nasi lemak to be exact. Reasonable pizzas and all manner of deep fried processed meats and snacks completes the offering.
Upperstar has an extensive list of beverages, but most stick to beer when they drink at Upperstar.
Upperstar is a good choice when you’re not looking for a culinary adventure, but rather need somewhere to hangout that wont burn a hole in the pocket.