This restaurant was recommended by the artist we learnt pottery from during the morning. It was a nice round-up to an exciting morning of pottery-throwing.
The chicken rice was great. The platter was filled with an island of rice surrounded by heaps of fried cuts of chicken, spicy garnishing, vegetable and topped up with a satay-stick of minced chicken grilled to perfection. The food was spicy but not to over-bearing. Best eaten with a chilled beer or their in-house-lemonade. Their sambal-belachan (fresh red chillies pounded with a blend of fermented shrimp-paste, ginger and a variety of other subtle spices) adds additional punch to the chicken meat and rice.
The open-concept restaurant is nicely sprawled around a water feature. Pretty relaxing for a hot-humid afternoon away from the sun. A place to lunch and chill.
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