Ambience-wise, we, especially hubby love the rustic wooden deco and airiness of this place. That's one reason why we have been here twice in the last month.
Distance-wise, it is about the same as Tuaran, about 30km from Kota Kinabalu.
Taste-wise, some dishes we had were good, some were not.
Soft shell crabs in batter RM25
Our favorite. Can you see the crab meat?? Very fresh and well done but apparently not available all the time.
Butter prawns RM40
Done so well that the shell was crispy enough to be eaten yet the prawn's flesh was done just right, moist and soft.
This talapia was perfectly steamed in a very simple, light but tasty soy sauce. RM34
Not bad but don't think we will order this again. RM25 for a couple of clams...
I like this claypot with local tofu. RM15
But the rest of the clan preferred this sizzling Japanese tofu hot plate. RM18
Peas sprouts sauteed with garlic, perfectly done. RM15
Look is deceiving here. Three words. Bland, bland and bland. I still can't figured out how this good looking kung po sauce can be so bland and even the squids were bland. RM18
This talapia was steamed with a spicy sauce which I think came out of a bottle of thai chilli sauce. A definite no no. Too super sweet.
Price-wise, can't beat Welcome but cheaper than Gaya Sport and others. An order of a fish, a 1/2 kg prawn dish, a tofu dish, a veg., a shell dish and an extra dish came up to about RM160