Good lunch spot with pasta, sandwiches, Malaysian classics and bakery goods. Great value for money and the male staff member was really friendly, explaining the history of the Laksa to us.
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Was a quick lunch here. Not bad. Service was alright. Had the chilli prawn pasta and it was actually pretty good. The bread was nice too. It’s a bit expensive for the portion given (RM$33) But I guess food around the quay would be around...More
Slightly subdued eatery, that seems unable to decide whether this is a bakery ( and it does have some exceptionally good pastries), or a restaurant with a view.
We had an hour or so to kill and walking around the bay we came across this beautiful cafe/pattisery that looked cool and inviting. We enjoyed a tasty western lunch and the highlight was the bread-tasty and fresh and the coffee was great!!
We had a seabass lunch here. It was average and overpriced. Service was not very friendly. Choice of meals and beverages was very limited.One visit during our week here was enough.
The marina is in dilapidated and almost abandoned condition with plenty of unoccupied shop lots, several ‘rotting’ cars and overgrown grass patches. The Loaf is one of the few left in this area. Food is overpriced, there is no ‘premium view’ from car to restaurant....More
We had a nice lunch here, very reasonably priced, and good coffee. From what I hear the baked goods are excellent - I did have a sandwich which had delicious bread.
Waited about half an hour waitress to notice us. It was not busy time, just few tables full. Muslim waitress saw us but did not want to serve us. So we went to other place. All this harbour is full of overpriced reataurants with bad...More