Really good food, a fusion of local and international cuisine, with an unbelievably friendly staff. The choice of cakes is amazing!
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One of the oldest colonial building in Kuching. Currently it's occupied by restaurant, ChinaHouse which provided authentic environment with various facility. Well, you can play guitar or piano at the courtyard. Or ping pong if you like.
This old colonial building is formerly the court building of Kuching. At present, it has another lives as coffee cafe, culture hall and museum all residing inside it. You normally pass through this building when you walk from India Street to Carpenter Street and vice...More
This building is located between Carpenter Street and India Street. Many young people are playing board skates at the back of this building at afternoon. In front of this building, there is a statue with information of the James Brooke, the white king of Sarawak...More
We dropped in here accidentally and boy were we glad. The cakes and desserts on offer are like nothing we have seen in our modern western cafes. We had a caramel cheesecake and orange and pistachio cake with coffee. Both were absolutely the best we...More
This place has a number of different outlets - all look as though owned and operated by the same people. Cakes appear to be very popular - I tried "The Library" which was empty apart form our table - good service and reasonable food -...More
add it to your waterfront walk nice colonial building. easy to get too. close to backpacker stays lots of food options nearby
This is an amazingly beautiful building with a few very modern cafes inside but unfortunately more staff then customers. We were told there were art exhibitions to be found but we only saw a few very expensive shops and a lot of empty shops. A...More