I would not rate it 5 stars except for it's ambience. Food was so-so. A great way to spend away your evening if u have spare time during your trip.
I learned that the owner has a total of four such uniquely built eateries, with a different taste of its cavernous layout, without blueprints. Lots of driftwood, recycled wooden train tracks, fallen tree trunks and oyster shells collected from rivers, parks and old railway tracks through the years. Although I was there with my family of 4 and a group... More
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