it is much than a restaurant because the whole set up a miniature village that includes a KUEH LAPIZ (layered cake) outlet that even process orders and delivers to hotels, a local show theatre and then of course the restaurants.
I say restaurants as the there are several pier like structures stretching into the pond or lake, each pier is a unit intself.during peak hours it is hive of activity as many tour operators use this as their lunch venue.
the menu is extensive and as the ame implies,sea food. of course there are items like noodles, steamed and fried rice and a good variety of vegetables.
our local guide is the souce of my next piece of information about the reaturant. as batam is an island without open seas the sea food is limited in size, particularly the crabs and prwns.what is lacking in size, is however, more than made up by the rich taste of the sea food served at this place.
if you ask any transport operator about sea food restaurant suggestion in batam GOLDEN PRAWN which operates the 933 and 555 braches from the same address will be inevitable response.
one of the reasons forwarded for this response is that the transport operators are paid some form of commission for recommending guests to this restaurant, the other is that the cuisine served here is good. i would lrecommend visitors, particularly the foreigners from the west to visit this institution. it is amazing how so many guests are attended to here efficiently and promptly and it might be a good case study in guest and sea food management.
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