Service & environment slightly better than Top Spot but parking can be a challenge if you drive. Overall food is reasonably price, seafood is fresh & offers more menu variety.
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Visited for lunch on the advice of a local (without knowing we should be having seafood) and ordered local "steamed Fern", Kampung Chicken steamed with local wine and Beef with ginger and garlic. All were tasty and at MYR 88 including a large beer, and...More
A seafood restaurant located in the city centre popular among the locals. It serves seafood as well as other local dishes. Occupying a double-storey shophouse, it has open air style seating downstairs and air-conditioning upstairs. Service is fast and efficient and pricing reasonable. We enjoyed...More
We ordered some of the dishes recommended by the reviewers. The egg oyster was crispy like a pizza which was unusual and tasted good. Unfortunately, the slice groupa fish meat cooked with Assam was slightly tough. Nonetheless, my family and I enjoyed the Assam broth....More
Although they're noted for seafood, they're good in almost any dish you order. If you're particular with how you want your food cooked, tell them in specific terms. They normally follow instructions well. They take orders and serve you equally cheerfully. Extra request? They normally...More
Asam broth parrot fish, it seems highly recommended by most, taste is good, fish has steamed a bit too long time (became tough) ... so steam fish probably can improve a bit ... Mantis prawn, they told me it's not mantis prawn but something similar,...More
Good environment. I went for dinner here. the place was packed. The best thing was that I could all races were there. Parking a bit hard. The vegetables were good. Chicken and fish just average.
Situated in a little run down area, this no frill but busy Chinese style seafood restaurant (they don't have belacan!!!) suits foodie who are't fussy about decor, atmosphere and service. The fun started from ordering food. When asked for the menu, our wait staff answered,...More
A must to come here everytime I visit Kuching. Recommended to order the following: Steamed assam fish, fried "hong bue" fish, oyster pancake ("or jian"), steamed small bamboo clams in rice wine, fried bidin in belacan, fried mani chai with egg.
It has been a while since I last came to this place for seafood. We hosted our friends last Saturday for a seafood dinner, it is still as good as it used to be. Our favorite are assam fish, fried oyster, clay pot lamb, fried...More