We had a scrumptious lunch at the.Dyak and everybody enjoyed every single dishes we ordered.
According to my colleague, the food served at the.Dyak is a mixture of Iban, Bidayuh and Orang Ulu cuisine. This was my first experience trying the authentic aborigines' food, and it really "wow" me. I love the food serves at the.Dyak.
The first dish that came - three layer pork with curry ( we ended up ordered second bowl, as it taste extremely yummy). The gravy was rich, I can taste the simply delicious blends of spices and all natural ingredients. Thumbs Up!!
I love the fact that red rice was served,instead of white rice.
The two lovely vege we ordered, was fibrous, cooking in a simple way, but taste super fresh and delicious!
The sweet potato leaves
And the gooseberry/ changkat manis
Last but not least, chicken cooked in bamboo with tapioca leaves...great taste too!!
I feel like I had just eaten a nice home-cooked food, simply yummy!
Nice ingredients used, superb cooking skill, good ambiance and service! I will be back, for sure!