This restaurant is a great choice to sample the freshest seafood possible that is cooked to order, in a variety of appetising styles.
Order a dish of drunken prawns to appreciate the freshness of the seafood. The broth they are served in can be a tad salty, as can a few other dishes so diners should request less salt if this is an issue.
Crabs from various parts of the world are available with mud crabs from Indonesia being the recommendation and prepared with salted egg yolk a must-try. While maybe not the healthiest option, it surely is delicious.
The silver pomfret fish in soy sauce and ginger is steamed just right so that the sauce does not overpower the taste of the fish.
Non-seafood dishes include those comprising duck, chicken, venison, ostrich and lamb. The steamed kampung chicken is served in tender bite-sized portions in a rich and tasty broth that is slightly sweet from small red dates.
A Chinese restaurant staple dessert, mango and sago, is a refreshingly cool ending to the meal, thanks to a large dollop of crushed ice in the centre of the bowl.