Nuga Gama is arguably the best of the food choices at the Cinnamon Grand, and definitely the most interesting one for visitors. It's an open-air restaurant, mimicking a small rural scene, and serving local food. Unfortunately, the food itself isn't very good - if the food was better, this would have made for a great destination restaurant.
A caution: most of the tables are under large trees, and "stuff" keeps falling from the trees into your food, making it a little tedious to eat uninterrupted.
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