We ate lunch at the.Dyak by default as the restaurant we were aiming for was closed.
We found the staff to be very friendly and happy to discuss the food and the Dyak life with us.
As we all ordered a different dish, we got to sample 6 items from the menu, all of which were very tasty. The photos, artwork and artifacts displayed around the restaurant lent a great ambience to the room.
We would all recommend this restaurant to others.
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