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Booking was a breeze, staff were v pleasant & helpful. We enjoyed the signature dish , Tauhu Telok. We also enjoyed the free flow of homemade barley drinks at 2 for price of 1 for weekdays.
The sounds of the exhaust fan was very loud. Perhaps something can be done about it. Other than that everything else is very good
Very delicious and authentic Javanese cuisine. Whilst the service was good, it could be a little more attentive.
The place was pleasantly lit, food was very tasty. Definitely will visit again.
THIS IS MY 4TH TIME DINING IN THIS RESTAURANT - STAFFS ARE VERY ATTENTIVE AND HELPFUL - FOOD IS REALLY UP TO THEIR STANDARD - KEEP IT UP DANCING FISH - AMBIANCE REFRESHING LOOK - I ENJOYED HAVING THE SIGNATURE DISH [DANCING FISH] - JUNGLE FERN VEG - UNIQUE VEG THAT I HAVE NEVER SEEN IN THE MARKET - BBQ CHICKEN ITS GOOD - THE MEAT ITS TENDER AND JUICY AS FOR THE BBQ DUCK - WELL ITS A BIT DRY AND HARD - BBQ SOTONG REALLY GOOD - MUST HAVE - DONT FORGET THE DESSERT - CHENDOL AND THE YAM WITH COCONUT ICE CREAM MY FAV
First time to Dancing Fish and I was impressed. The food quality was excellent and very tasty. The different chili dips were also very flavourful without packing to much heat that it overwhelms the taste of the dishes. The restaurant was quite full but service staff were still attentive enough, although it gets very noisy with a full restaurant and we had to nearly shout to hear each other. That was the only minus point I would say, but still, go for the food! It's worth it!
Excellent food, with the savoury dishes being the strong point for the restaurant. All the dishes we had were very well prepared. The ambience is also lovely. Overall, fairly good value too. Just be mindful that probably because of its location within Tang's Plaza, the main entrance cannot be used as an exit after Tang's closes for the day, so guests have to exit through the Tang's Goods lift which takes one out to the side street between Tang's and Lucky Plaza. Having said that, they do take care of the appearance of the lift, which is of acceptable standard.
food was good and large portions for their set menu. however service was a tad slow, as we had to get their attention several times regarding our drinks and also to clear our plates. not sure why they preferred to set up the tables for the next day, instead of clearing our tables as we were preparing to celebrate a birthday and had a long table of plates for 10 pax uncleared. each server came once and took the plates to the kitchen and never returned despite us telling them "to clear all the plates pls"
After hearing much about this Indonesian restaurant, I was greatly disappointed by the quality of the dishes. The barbecued seabass was overcooked; tahu telur came mysteriously in an over fried tower of bean curd merely surrounded by what looked like deep-fried egg floss (?); the kai lan with slim crispy fish was completely tasteless (looked like they just blanched the vegetables, and poured tasteless cornstarch gravy over it; and the beef rendang was a pathetic imposter of the authentic, coming in the form of tough, stringy, slices (!) of beef in possibly the least rendang-tasting gravy I've had in a long time. Don't bother coming.
I ordered the gulai pucuk paku but the ferns were out of stock and it was replaced by lady fingers and long beans- it doesn’t blend that well. The barley with lime was really tasteless like plain water- no sweetness and very diluted. Really over-priced. It’s supposed to be free flow but when my glass was empty, none of your staff offered a refill. Overall the food was nice and the ambience was comfortable.