Had dinner and drink in this place ... Service was not good, ordered food were just average .... Music was nice If you are really hungry and craving for good food then it's not the place to come in
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People would prefer to try peranakan food but we prefer Portuguese food. Try the Dable Chicken Curry and fried ladies fingers. I love the cincalok omelette too. The grilled fish wasnt that great.
We went there because they claim to have Portuguese food. But there is no Portuguese food, even if it is Portuguese-Malacca style. Beware that even non spicy dishes, are quite spicy. The service was also very slow.
Ladies night out with friends....it was good evening, not to crowded and lots of friendly people. Here your not a customer, you will be treated like closed friends. Kudos to mr.Yus the master mixologist and Daniel is crazy friendly person. The music was awsome...
Was there on a busy Friday night. The entire restaurant was totally full. I Saw a few diners asking about the status of their food. Why did we have to do that? Food was so-so.
Well presented menu. Food was satisfactory, not exceptional. The venue has a good sound system and the staff are eager to please. Fair selection of beers. Outside seating in a not too busy street. Worth a visit, if for nothing else, to catch up on...More
The fried rice surprised us and so is the sauce of the fish which goes well with keropok. Overall, we find that the location is good and it is a change from the usual fare of nonya food in Malacca.