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“Excellent, affordable local seafood... A must for a complete Kuching experience!”

See Good Food Centre
Ranked #40 of 640 Restaurants in Kuching
Cuisines: Seafood
Dining options: Reservations
Restaurant details
Dining options: Reservations
Reviewed October 14, 2013

The "Har Po", fishes are so fresh and tasty!
Local flavours such as Birin vegetable with Ballacan, Mani vege, fried oysters are a must to try too.

1  Thank Thomson800
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Reviewed October 7, 2013 via mobile

Went there with my family and relatives, ordered about 15 dishes which cost us about 700MYR (including beer and drinks). The seafood is good but the waitress or captain (watever) is very unprofessional. We asked for recommendation and the way they cook the food, and she gave us the answer, i dono as i am not the one cooking. U are the captain Yet you don even understanding de dishes u serve? [--]!

Thank friendlyunit
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Reviewed September 9, 2013

Food is ok.
But their staff is very terrible service. They are no respect tourist at all. Bad manner and very rude.
No worth for value.
Kindly think twice before you want think to eat in this restaurant.

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Thank Caringtas
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Reviewed September 6, 2013

Tucked away behind some old rundown shops in the middle of the city this eatery (I won't even bother calling it a restaurant) has re-located numerous times in the past but seem to have settled down here now.

Its very basic, usually packed due to locals who have a high tolerance level for poor service, hot and noisy atmosphere (on the ground floor) and cold and stifled aircon (top floor) - the choice of seafood comes out of a pick-up truck semi-permanently parked by the kitchen. It's selection and freshness can be dubious at best. Lots of local vegetables,ferns and what-nots are stacked up on an tabletop.

Pricing is based on whether you are a local,tourist or on an expense account. Usually preferential treatment is given to guests and patrons who happen to be either related or of the same dialectical background as the owner - whom I find to be bossy,obnoxious and loud. However the boss-lady (towkay-neo) is pretty nice and decent.

Service levels are atrocious - most of the time you have to help yourself to extra utensils etc.

The food and dishes served varies in quality (and quantity) depending on the mood of the cook(s). It can sometimes be excellent, other times nonsensical.

Overall I would give it 2 stars (Poor), just short of Terrible.

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1  Thank eonco
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Reviewed August 23, 2013

Whenever people visit Kuching they are always asking about Top Spot Food Court and its famous seafood. We were exactly the same when we first came here, and we have eaten at Top Spot many times (there is nothing wrong with it). However, when a local Chinese friend of ours took us to See Good we were delighted to discover that the food was tastier and the atmosphere more fun here than at Top Spot.

See Good is a coffeeshop-style foodcourt with indoor and outdoor (mainly outdoor) seating. The large round tables facilitate the sharing of many large portions of delicious fresh seafood with your friends. The great thing is that See Good also has a good range of other meat dishes, and various vegetarian dishes such as the famous midin (jungle ferns), cangkok manis with egg, kangkong (water spinach) and mixed vegetables with tofu.

We have now visited See Good many times and I particularly enjoy sharing the whole sweet and sour seabass as well as the butter prawns and various vegetables.

See Good is not quite as easy to find as some other restaurants (behind Hornbill Corner off Jalan Ban Hock) but it is worth looking for.

Thank Gregkuching
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