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We went here a few days after their Christmas break, and had looked forward to trying tribal food after spending a few weeks in the area. We found the restaurant empty, which was a bad sign to start with. After telling us that pretty much...More
Went there for a taste of Dayak cuisine after reading the rave reviews. The food was cooked in the traditional way in bamboo which adds some smokiness to every dish. We ordered chicken pansuh, keli tempoyak, midin tuak and terung asam. Every dish was so...More
One of our most enjoyable meal in Kuching was at the Entangen, an unique experience in Dayak food that every visitors to Sarawak should not miss. We didn't have high expectation to start with but every dish turned out to be so rich in flavour...More
Great place to experience Dayak food in a casual, friendly atmosphere. The quality and portions are good, but asking questions about the menu items requires a bit of patience. They also sell some handicrafts (beads, woven purses, etc)if you need last minute gifts.
I had a really great time here sampling the array of Dayak cuisine on offer. My favourite was this really tangy sour soup which was made from a local eggplant (I can't remember the name but it looked almost like an unripe green tomato). Alot...More
Went here for lunch, a little hard to find cos there wasn't clear signboard. Cute little place with dayak music. The bamboo coffee is interesting. Food potion was good. Pork crackle with tapioca leaf is something new. Pork curry is good too. Food are cooked...More
A highly recommended place to have Dayak food! Their chicken & pork pansoh are the best we've had in a restaurant in Kuching. The fish tempoyak is really worth coming back for. We also enjoyed the pansoh coffee & smoked pork. The great food, friendly...More
The food is delicious and reasonable priced. The ambience is just nice for a relaxing gathering of friends. You can see native designs on the wall. You can also purchase rice wine, they have ginger flavored too. For drinks, highly recommended to try their coffee...More