We popped in here because it was right next door to our hotel and there seemed to be a lot of local people eating here. It does what it says on the tin I think. It has big slightly chipped wooden tables and plastic chairs...More
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It is solely for foreigner .. as for local the food is total off the skill.. food is expensive and choice is limited and not so tasty too. but for visitor the choices is rather limited and it is always get into and try.. but...More
Since we were getting hungry, we walked over to the little eatery, Chao Sheng Seafood, where we had dinner last night. This time Mary Margaret ordered the lemon squid and fried rice while I pigged out on the oyster omelet, the butter manta prawns and...More
Shop look quiet run down and had the most terrible meal in my Pangkor trip. Fried Oyster as stiff as eating Indian Naan, salted fried prawn as big as my last finger, seaweed soup cooked with all processed ingredient such as fish ball and fishcakes....Am...More
Went there for dinner as recommended from previous users' reviews. It did not disappoint me especially for the sweet and sour crab that we ordered. The source and gravy seep completely the entire crabs. 4-5 stars for nice food with reasonable price.
Kopitiam / coffee shop setting. Overall food & service is good. Squid was very fresh & tasty but the clams/lala was a let down - not fresh.
Open for lunch and dinner so it's very convenient. Before ordering enquire what seafood is freshest and the waitress will gladly share the info with you. Food is served up fast and service is good. There's a hornbill feeding stand nearby so u can watch...More