Ikan bakar petai is one of my favorite and it's their signature dish. I would recommend the restaurant.
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Reasonable price but overrated. Only good point here is the price the guy who sells the fish is very rude won't answer you what fish you are buying so you are unsure of the price the fish is fresh, the sauce is too sweet and you uavr to wait too long for your food.
Even with the big crowds that come here (often during weekends and holidays), the service is always fast. Foods I would say an average.
I ordered one fish (tiga rasa), squid (goreng pedas), and two crabs (bakar petai). I like their Malay cooking styles but I think I should do some researches first before my visit. I am a seafood lover but I do not know how to pick a fresh seafood for myself, and this restaurant actually allow us to choose the seafood... More
The specialty here is grilled seafood with petai added to the recipie. When they ask is to cook in what style... the answer is almost all the time "bakar petai". Group and family? need to eat here because the places is huge and happening!
the seafood is fresh, price is great for such food quality. The seafood comes in various of cooking method. The famous grill fish with petai is not worth it as the petai is just too little, anyway it is something special to try but nothing special about the taste. Overall the food is nice but the service is not on... More