What we say:
The waterside area of this fishing village is comprised of a couple of piers with fishy fishing boats moored to them, the odd derelict boat, a temple built around a giant's footprint and a large seafood restaurant and terrace. The giant's footprint is part of a rock formation where coins are tossed for blessings. If you fancy getting out of town for dinner, or lunching after visiting the War Museum or the Snake Temple, then this is a good spot on a sunny day. A 100g fillet of snapper will set you back 4 ringgit, shrimp 10 ringgit and oysters are available at 20 ringgit each.
More detailsOpening Hours: Restaurant open daily 11:30-14:30 and 18:00-23:00
Last updated: 24th June, 2009
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