It was the building/interior and the ambience that initially drew us in, this really is a lovely place to spend an evening. If you're a couple grab the first table on the left as you walk in, then you can switch to the sofa by the window after you've eaten to kick back and enjoy the wine list or cocktails.
The staff were very friendly, attentive and keen to please. Where they fell down slightly was with the wine. I ordered a white from the very comprehensive wine list and 5 minutes later it had been opened and a taster poured. Great, except that the bottle hasn't been chilled so was at room temperature. Guys - if it's not cold, come and ask if the customer would mind waiting for it to be chilled properly or ask if they'd like to choose something else. Just don't dunk it in an ice bucket for 5 minutes then serve it, especially in a hot and humid country...
The food itself was adequate, but far from great. We went with Vietnamese and Hoi An specials for starter and main courses. Everything was OK - beautifully presented - but all really bland and lacking in flavour. From the descriptions in the menu I had really high hopes for some spectacular flavour combinations, but the reality was really disappointing and may well have just been bog standard "chicken with noodles" and "squid with rice" rather than the exiting, vibrant fusion dishes they were pitched as. Why do Asian restauranteurs seem to assume that all white people like bland food?
All in all we had a pleasant evening here, but that boiled down entirely to the ambience and the wine - once it was cold enough to drink (which was after we'd finished eating). If they could bring the standard of the food up to the promise of the menu then this could be the best restaurant in Hoi An, but at the moment it's an also-ran.
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