This place is big on karaoke and loud live music next to a bar which is on top of the dining area. The place seems unsure if it wants to be a rowdy bar or a restaurant. One or the other continues throughout the evening and dinner according to the wait staff (who looked a little burnt out from the sound). Unless you want a root canal headache by the end of your meal, you may want to find a quieter place to enjoy your meal and come back later for a drink. If loud popular music and karoke at dinner doesn't bother you - then dine on. We left without ordering.
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