We ate at the Sands restaurant in order to see Tanjung Rhu beach, but were staying at a different resort in the NW part of the island. The food was above average, but was diverse and reasonably priced given the location. Service within the restaurant was very good. If you plan to eat here while not staying at the resort, then you will have to go through multiple security points where you will learn the rules for non-guests. Some of the rules, such as not taking pictures or using facilities such as the restroom, seem a little pretentious and impossible to strictly enforce. Understandably, the resort wants to maintain some exclusivity and keep the beach private, but they would be better off then keeping the Sands restaurant for guests only. The image they give is that they are doing outsiders a favor by letting them pay money to eat at the Sands. While the restaurant is decent, it's not that unique and doesn't merit a special trip.
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