Amazing location, atmosphere, and food in the middle of the sea. One tip, make sure that you have the right address and name of the restraunt on you when riding a cab, because you might end up having your dinner in sketchy fish restaurant called Cibalik especially if you werent aware of the details of the restaurant being in the middle of the river. but phewww..that passed!
Although expensive, it was one of those rare moments when paying for such an expensive meal accompanied a smile given the taste and good service that we recieved in return. We started with the Sea Bass soup which was a good way to jump up the appetite for the rest. Followed it by appetizer of Sultan Ibrahim fish. The main meal was SeaBass fish cooked with salt, the fish will be covered with a thick layer (cacoon-like) of salt looking like a ceramic cover, a way to preserve a certain degree of heat and steam through cooking. At the beggining when served, you will freak out thinking that the size of the fish is the size of the salt cover. Was scary to even imagine that we will be eating that much after the soup and the appetizer. Then the waiter starts a fire on the serving plate to weaken the thick layer of salt and break it through hitting hooks and nails into it. once broken down, a big fish will be laying with a great smell of moistured meat. This was served with rocca salad and grilled potatos. It didnt stop here, the strawberry dessert soaked with wine and served with ice cream was a great closure for the whole experience. It takes you to heaven and brings you back with how it melts in your mouth. All of that was served with a white bottle of wine of which i cant remember the name.
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