If you are staying in the National Park, your accommodation comes with free breakfast that you get from Mulu Cafe. The cafe also has a fair range of meals for lunch or dinner catering for both Asian and Western tastes. Some people say the food at the cafe is expensive, but considering all goods have to be transported, mostly by plane, I thought the prices were very reasonable.
Other eating options are limited. There is another cafe just outside the entrance to the park, Good Luck Cave'fe which is slightly cheaper and sells mainly local dishes. If staying at home stay accommodation, meals are usually served at a disgnated hour.
One bonus with Mulu Cafe is that wifi is available.
The food was good but they really didn't understand the word vegetarian.
The picture was a replica of a longhouse that they had inside the restaurant.
Favorite Dish: The one thing that we had here that was delicious was the fern tips. We have not been able to find them anywhere else.
Mulu Cafe which is located inside the park office premises serve normal local food such as fried rice, noodle soup and some local fried vegetables. It cost about RM7 for a plate of fried rice or RM10 for a bowl of Mulu Laksa. If you are looking for some good food, try the restaurant located just outside the park compound. You can have rice with 2 dishes, a meat and a vegetable for RM7. The drinks here are more expensive though.
Alcohol can be purchase here.
Favorite Dish: In Mulu Cafe only when the young guy is cooking, all food are generally good. But try the fried chicken.