We visited the restaurant as part of a night tour of KK. I do not eat sea food so the restaurant was informed in advance. The starter was chicken and sweet corn soup which was delicious. Before we had even finished the soup, 5 platters were placed on the table. Needless to say these were verging on cold before we got to them. These were honeyed chicken, battered fish, a green sloppy vegetable a bit like spring greens ... but it may have been sea weed. a vegetarian soya dumpling(disgusting) and luke warm rice. The honey chichen was nice but very boney and not much meat. My husband liked the battered fish.
The waitresses which served the food were polite and well dressed, but the people who brought the food from the kitchen to the table where the waitress picked it up in the centre of the restaurant were poorly dressed in dirty aprons and dirty wellies and this put me off
The cultural show was a variety of dances from different areas and was colourful and enjoyable.
There were many different foods served at other tables so I think the place must have a vast menu. There were also tanks along the side where you could pick your own fish/ lobster for your meal.
This was not one of the better restaurants we have visited but each to ones own as it seemed to be very busy.
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