The food, the architecture, and the ambiance all add up to a spectacular combination. Housed in the Chinese House built in 1903 -- and such a landmark that almost every tuk-tuk driver in town knows -- Tepui is a great place.
Even if you're just going to the bar and art gallery on the ground floor, take time to visit the dining room upstairs. Preserved in its original state, it is massive. And the opium bed in a cultural touch.
Try the tapas for variety and food to share. My recommendation? The fish. Enjoy.
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