We went there for lunch on our first day. The prices were very expensive, same price if you were to do that in Manila. We ordered sizzling calamari, grilled prawns and kebab and veggies. They bring out the food one at a time so we had to ask why the orders are takibg so long, we were then told there was only 1 cook.there were only 2 tables around!
The prawns were dry, kebab was overcooked and was like rubber.
Rather than spend your money here, eat at d'mall, service was greAt and fast and yummo and balue for money.
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