Nasi Lemak is fried chicken, hard boiled egg or fried egg, salted fish, salted peanuts, and coconut rice mixed together; but the 'secret sauce' in all of this and the one pulling factor to become 'nasi lemak' is the sambal.
Nasi Lalapan comes in various forms, from Nasi Lalapan bawal, Nasi Lalapan empel (beef) to Nasi Lalapan lele (catfish), to Nasi Lalapan ayam.
When in Miri one shouldn't miss the opportunity to sample some birds' nest delicacy dessert. (Available on pre-order from certain restaurants)
Bario Rice is one of the finest and best rice produced in the highlands of Sarawak.
Always colorful and full of vibrant patterns, the Kek Lapis Sarawak are a sight to behold just sitting in its dish awaiting to be eaten.
Tuak is a rice wine and is a specialty drink of longhouses, served to guests.
Tomato Kueh Teow (Watanho) is another Sarawakian twist to a South East Asian favorite. Just like its cantonese fried version, the tomato Kueh Teow differs in one aspect - tomato sauce.
Steamed or roasted, chicken rice is everyone's favorite lunch meal - always fulfilling and always appetizing.
Satay, a very popular dish consists of chunks of marinated chicken or beef on bamboo or coconut lead spine skewers grilled over charcoal.
"Kolok Mee" or 'kolo mee' is a popular dish of dried light yellow egg noodle served with barbequed 'char siew' (pork) or chicken .
Sarawak Laksa is essentially vermicelli rice noodles (bee hoon), cooked in a shrimp-based broth that is made to thicken with coconut milk.