“Fancy, romantic dining - but I experienced an off-night”
“Be prepared to be frowned upon and made to feel cheap by the waitstaff if God forbid, you choose not to order wine or desert with your meals.”
“Chinese Breakfast with great wine”
“The food is superb fusion, but menu can be a bit diverse and to move from a delicate and creamy, foie gras with figs to spicy curry and lemon grass soup to hearty rib eye can be a bit difficult, especially when courses are served within seconds of each ot”
“Their entree menu is mostly fish only (no shrimp, crab, lobster, mussels, etc) - try the Brazilian Snapper which was flavorful.”
“nice place, a little bit pricey.”
“Great food, service and atmosphere.”
“Great Decor, attentive, friendly staff, and phenominal food (perfect portions.)”
“But, the pleasures of fine dining do not matter when you can't enjoy the delicate flavors because the service is too quick and stuffy and management will not rectify mistakes.”
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