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DON'T BOTHER! Food was very underwhelming, no flavour, very expensive and when we went to pay the credit card machine 'wasn't working' 😖
Do yourself a favour walk past and find a much better place in the night markets
Had dinner here with 10 others. The whole place was empty except us.
Food is kinda average or under.
I found the street food is even tastier than here (Cao Lau). Price is above average. Waitresses weren't as tentative as other restaurants we've been to...More
We had a set menu while eating here and there was a good mix of dishes on the menu, with no one missing out if they didn't like a particular dish, as an alternative was made for them. Good service and friendly staff. Very good...More
Much better and cheaper places to go for dinner. Food was really tasteless. Room was not cosy at all. Service was good and friendly. Is a group restaurant... 2 busses with tourist groups were drop during our dinner.
The restaurant is right across from the new Museum of History and Culture. It is a modern, bright room with a nice setting. I went there for lunch. The staff was very friendly and the crab soup with egg was delicious.
Excellent Beachside restaurant with a great array of local dishes, do the banquest and you will not be dissappointed, Quaint and simple and set among many like it the staff were pleasant and the food came out quickly and the empty plates went back even...More
The look of this place was wonderful. The reality was far from wonderful. Drinks were hot, some of the food was cold. The food was far from good - we didn't eat it. Service was not good, experience was overpriced and unforgettable for all the...More