Kedey Kamek is the talk of the town. The brainchild of 27-year-old entrepreneur and owner Amin Aznizan celebrates Sarawakian food in its diversity and exotic flavours.
With two outlets open in Satok, Kuching, and Metro City, Kuching, Amin’s kitchen turns out local cuisine authentic to their culinary roots using time-honoured family recipes. Kedey Kamek is actually Sarawakian for “my shop”, which explains the huge amount of local support lifting the family-run restaurant to dizzying heights of esteemed reputation for delicious home-cooked food.
You’ll find the iconic Laksa on the menu is overshadowed by the huge spread of indigenous dishes, made using natural ingredients commonly found in Borneo’s lush and resourceful rainforests. You’ll get a taste from 27 different ethnic cultures at Kedey Kamek, made exactly as locals would eat – the Halal certificate means it’s open for everyone.
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