The glass panel air conditioned restaurant was cool, clean and bright with of lots mangrove wood, green plants, an aviary, aquariums for live fishes and crustacean, a mini fish pond/rabbits for children and recycled solid railway sleeper's wood as fencing.
We ordered the Rm78.70 lunch set which have wild Sang yue and Cho kai.
Parking is ample at a parking lot.
A video of the restaurant.
Claypot hot pepper soup-came piping hot and generously filled with organic chicken pieces, pig's stomach and lots of parsley-it was a wee bit too peppery!
Steamed Sang yue (wild Haruan fish)-meat was fresh with a springiness to it and seated on good grade soy sauce/peanut oil and garnished with spring onion and cilantro.
Cho Kai (organic chicken)-meat was firm and muscled with a layer of fragrant yellow skin-absolutely different from other chicken' meat with every bite BUT portion was too small.