Bla Bla Bla
Satok Weekend Market
Kuching’s biggest and liveliest market begins around midday on Saturday, when rural folk, some from area longhouses, arrive with their...
Kuching Bike Hash
Bashers (bicycle hashes) gather every second Sunday afternoon to ride 17km to 25km. Visitors are welcome. Cycling has become hugely...
Kuching North City Hall
Situated 8km (by road) north of the city centre is the hilltop Kuching North City Hall (known by its Malay abbreviation, DBKU), a...
Kuching’s chicest hang-out is more than a restaurant – it also has two bars: Junk Bar, tucked away on the side, and the Backstage Bar,...
Living Room completes Kuching’s trendy triumvirate of fusion eats. The menu mixes the top noshes at Junk and Bla Bla Bla and guests dine...
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Lonely Planet review
Innovative, chic and stylish, Bla Bla Bla serves Chinese-inspired fusion dishes that – like the decor, the koi ponds and the Balinese Buddha – range from traditional to far-out. Specialities include midin (jungle fern) salad, cashew-nut prawns, ostrich meat stuffed with mozzarella, ‘coffee chicken’ and homemade cheesecake. The generous portions are designed to be shared.