Discover Restaurants offering the best Thai food in Sibu, Sarawak, Malaysia. Sibu /ˈsibuː/ (simplified Chinese: 诗巫; traditional Chinese: 詩巫; pinyin: Shīwū) is an inland town at the central region of Sarawak and the capital of Sibu District in Sibu Division, Sarawak, Malaysia. The town is located on the island of Borneo. The town covers an area of 129.5 square kilometres (50.0 sq mi). It is located at the confluence of the Rajang and Igan Rivers, some 60 kilometres from the South China Sea and approximately 191.5 kilometres (119 mi) north-east of the state capital Kuching. Sibu is mainly populated by the Chinese especially the Fuzhou Chinese ethnicity. Other local ethnic indigenous groups such Melanau, Malay, and Iban are also present, but unlike other regions of Sarawak, they are not as significant. The town population as of the year 2010 is 162,676.
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3 based on 16 reviews
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I knew about this restaurant when walked along the Rajang Park along the Rajang river.I browse through their menu before and it seems not cheap compare with the current Sibu standard, more toward hotel price. The environment is cosy and great for gathering. You can make early reservation for your lunch or dinner or event have the party at the restaurant. Interior design is great, no doubt.How about the food? I am not satisfy with it. I had Chao Cai Tapah Fish Soup which had very little fish and the fish was super fishy!! The Lady Finger with XO Sauce(but oily) & Salted Egg Crispy Fish were good. The pineapple rice was disappointing, not really taste the pineapple. Overall with the $$$ I paid, not really worth for this standard of food.They also have the value lunch set for around RM10, you may want to try that if you just want to enjoy the environment but spent less.for full review and picture, you may visit below linkhttp://rainfooddiary.blogspot.sg/2014/06/the-art-cafe-and-restaurants.html
It is really fantastic place to have a private meeting or conversation. The place quite good, with the variety of food choices. I love the chicken chop will serve with sea grass.
It was a gem of a find in Sibu. Food was very tasty, staff was very helpful and friendly too. We had deep fried squid which was very crunchy with all the spices perfectly blended in. Cekur manis with eggs was just perfectly cooked too. The 3-flavoured siakap was good too though the fish was a tad over fried. Seafood tomyam had a generous portion of seafood in it. Because it was Fatherâs Day, we were served a complimentary egg dish. This place is recommended for a good family dinner.
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