The food is chinese-inspired, with some courses been very japanese with italian influence (soba noodles with seabass and bottarga), or simply chinese with some italian flavour (squid-ink stamed dumpling with seabass). Unfortunataley none of them are mind blowing nor executed to perfection (albeit presented very well): the coquille Saint Jacques steamed dumplings, were soggy with an indistiguished flavour; the singapore noodles were just stir fried noodles; the mouth-watering (on the menu) salt and pepper soft shell crab as greasy as motor-oil can be.
On the other hand the design of the restaurant is spectacular and airy, with giant read chandelier towering above you. Unfortunately no attention was put to the acustic of the restaurant: even if was a very quiet evening, only a couple of table were enough for not enabling a conversation among the table.
No doubt: if craving for good chinese food I'll never betray my favourite Ta Hua ever again!
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