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As this restaurant was one of the top pics of Lonely Planet, we decided to have dinner there yesterday. Unfortunately we spent the past night as well as the whole next day in our hotel room running back and forth from the bed to the...More
Food tasted nice. Value was reasonable if not exceptional. I am a wheelchair user and upon leaving the waiter had to move a hostess trolly full of plates and baskets for access. When this moved there were several cockroaches that scurried away. This made me...More
3 of us walked by at midday looking for a venue to watch late night football the same evening.
Was greeted warmly and assured they would show the game later so we stayed for some cold refreshing beers.
Returned for a delicious dinner later with...More
Overpriced place with chefs I don’t trust!
I ordered chicken tikka masala and the chicken in the sauce was really stinky. I told them and they said it supposed to be fresh... WHAT A LIE! I couldn’t eat anything of it. You might get food...More
Chip untesty food, smal portions, fake "tandory" dishes coocied on the pan from ready bread bought in the shop. Just tourist attraction at the waterfront. Ussual street food tests better. Does not worth your time and money.
Our group of 6 stumbled across this great spot after visiting an overpriced Irish themed bar close by.
We initially ordered a beer tower + some spirit mixers and although the initial cheap drinks prices drew us in, it was the quality of service and...More
We have been here more than once while visiting Kota Kinabalu. We love the food and especially the fresh naan from their tandoori oven.
Service was good and this time we even stayed at the deck outside to have our drink. We also came back...More
+ Location, right on the waterfront
Food and service were OK, but I've had better and worse Indians in other places of the world, and this doesn't stick out.
This is a perfectly decent alternative if you fancy something else than Indonesian/Malay whilst on Borneo.