Bisaya, Lun Bawang and Iban stallholders sell jungle edibles, sausage-shaped Ba Kelalan salt and a dozen kinds of upland rice. The larger weekly tamu (market) takes place all-day Thursday and until noon on Friday.
A buzzing little place with pavement tables and views of the river that serves up tasty Indonesian fare including nasi lalapan (rice, vegetables and tofu served with a spicy sambal sauce).
Ten stalls selling quick, flavoursome bites such as kolo mee (RM5) and wonton mee (RM5) and fresh juices (RM4) in an attractive covered strip next to the town's football pitch.
Houses Limbang’s wet market, with an upstairs hawker centre where you can try the town's speciality, Limbang rojak, a mixed vegetable dish with a thick shrimp-based sauce.
Come evening time the riverfront hawker centre is a good spot for a cheap, tasty meal of the usual Malay fare such as chicken satay, fried rice or noodles.