Directed here by our homestay owner and Lonely Planet, we were really not sure what to expect. I was expecting the more market end of the fish market it had been described to me as, but it turned out to be much more open-air Cafe/restaurant. Prices were reasonable for excellent fish (800g sea-bass was 32RM/£6 and 7 large prawns 18RM) and tasty veg (fried fern, 8RM?). Would highly, highly recommend for easily the best piece of fish I have, and probably will ever have, had in a restaurant. We chose to keep the fish quite plain - opting just for sambal. Still getting used to the shrimp paste (v fishy) sambal, we were a bit taken aback when the fish came out slathered in enough sambal for 4 people to share. Luckily it wasn't cooked in the sambal and it came off easily enough. Maybe ask for sambal on the side, if you're not sure!
Lovely atmosphere with a lot of locals (midweek too). Quite an airy location atop the car park (rid yourself of any dingey, grotty car park roofs you might have in mind - this was very clean with a swanky looking cocktail Bar sharing the roof...) but lacking in a great view.
Plus side it's very easy to find - you're looking for 'TopSpot' and when they say look for the lobster sign, I think they mean the bright red neon one on top of the building!
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