The place is quite hidden from public but you can navigate to there with Google map without a problem. The seafoods are so fresh and the steamed prawn is definitely recommended.
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Overall the price is much more cheaper compare to those in the town. The steam prawn js nice and also the crab. Its a normal seafood restaurant. The seafood pot is a no-No... the sea cucumber is tasteless and too much of corn starch...
The food was excellent.............fresh seafood.....healthy food....Actually I had lost my mother's 60 an black belt but I noticed it when I reached home .........I wore the belt during the Teacher's Day Lunch at Salut Restaurant....but I was lucky because the restaurant still kept the belt...More
Dined on third Sunday evening at 7 pm for 3 pax. Ordered prawn, clam and 2 whole grouper. Food taste was okay (not as tasty as its best competitor at the other side though ) but the issue was overall food hygiene! The table that...More
We had teropong shellfish, sweet and sour crabs, sabah vege and fried vege. It came with mediocre food which the most basic sauce (sweet & sour sauce) has gone wrong ! my hubby has indigestion fr the sabah vege which was overcooked. The teropong was...More
One of my favorites even though the place looks dilapitated. I love it when you enter the place and the first thing you see are prawn farms. Lovely. Then a small dragonfruit farm too. Fantastic seafood here. Fresh and juicy. You get to pick your...More
The village style restaurant is way off from the city but it offers fresh delicious seafood, affordable prices, quiet surroundings, flocks of migratory white egret birds gatering on trees to rest in the evening, and the village style environment. Dishes are served in canteen style...More
This was hands down the best prawns I've ever had. Try the butter prawns and the black pepper prawns. It is very reasonably priced. Servers bring your drinks, but you go over to the seafood to order. The crab was great as well. Highly recommend....More