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Despite some of the negative reviews out their, I had no problems with the food at the cantine. There isn't much choice, usually 2 or 3 main dishes, but on the whole I was content with what they had to offer.
For breakfast there was always your typical toast, eggs and meat. For dinner, they usually had some local hawker-style dish, such as stir-fried noodles and/or marinated meat.
The prices were a little higher than in town, but very reasonable considering it's the only restaurant in the entire park. Also, the restaurant staff was extremely friendly, spoke excellent English, and was always willing to answer any questions their guests had.
Written Dec 24, 2005
The canteen is the one and only eatery available in Bako National Park. Being a monopoly, I was told that the food serve there does not really taste good. Suprisingly prices of foods and drinks there are quite reasonalbe - a bottled drink still cost the same as what you have to pay in Kuching.
Updated Apr 17, 2004
Being the only restaurant in the National Park, the food is cooked WITHOUT pride and the taste is quite horrible. If you are slightly fussy about food and do not like this kind of adventure, it is best to bring your own food (eg. biscuits, instant noodles, etc)
Favorite Dish: None! Try avoiding the fried mee and the fried rice if possible!
Updated Dec 30, 2002
Address: Bako National Park