Only had Pavlova (huge serving) dessert & tea, but very impressed with eclectic old world feel. Will definitely return,perhaps in the day. Service was friendly
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Comprising 3 shophouses along the heritage row, this is a Western fusion restaurant. It is normally packed on weekends and is a popular night spot. Interesting interior with a lot of antiques and interconecting rooms. Food is pricey for Kuching standards but portions are generous.
The Junk is a old Kuching favourite, but I was really disappointed with my meal here. The atmosphere and decor is lovely but unfortunately the food does not match. The pepperoni pizza tasted like a frozen pizza. Terrible - and it took ages to arrive....More
HAHA Jesus I really love this place. Totally worth the money spent. We all thought everything was overpriced until they actually arrived. Had lobster pasta, red wine duck and fisherman basket. The employees are ridiculously friendly and funny too. I'll definitely come here again.
To my shame by week 3 I'd had enough of rice. Rice for breakfast, rice for lunch, rice for dinner. I'll admit it, I was a less than intrepid explorer. And for my two children the prospect of yet more Nasi Lemak was too much...More
Nice cosy place with some interesting stuff on the walls. Thinking that the Junk might be a chinese restaurant - but no- Pizzas etc- nice enough but don't as i did ask for extra cheese as your pizza will be swimming in it!!
We were recommended to try the Lemon Grass Chicken which was excellent and we also had the Red Wine Duck which was very well cooked and tender. We were warned the portions were big and so they proved with two large rolls of boned chicken...More
The decor is unique and interesting, loved looking at all the antiques throughout the restaurant. The food was very good. The prices were fair and the portion size was huge! My husband had the salmon sashimi which is delicious. The lamb pizza was brilliant, the...More