Very crowded on Saturday and Sunday lunch hour, so be prepared to be waited to sit and have your order presented on your table, especially the Ikan Patin bakar bamboo. Because, its made fresh (literally the fish is alive and taken from the pond as you order). And, off course, this restaurant is famous because of this Ikan Patin Bakar bamboo, with unique taste (and a little bit spicy), it will satisfy your taste buds.
For sides, should you bring children I would recommend Ayam Potong Goreng ala Kalimantan. My son love it. And our family favorites (besides of the Patin Bakar bamboo off course) is the Ikan Asia Pontianak or Ikan Teri Balado Petai. It’s goes well with the Ikan Patin Bakar bamboo and rice.
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