The ambience is very nice. The "other" (not the meat brought around on skewers) buffet was filled with interesting and delicious items - great cheeses, salads, seafoods, quail eggs, salads, fruits - even dragon fruit. That alone may be worth the price. The meats were generally very good, but they were loaded with marinades and dressings, which hid the taste of the meat to me. I prefer places with a more natural meat. A few were better (ie, less marinade/sauce), such as what we call prime rib. I had to ask about 7 times for some lamb, and it finally arrived when everyone was finished eating - awkward. The filet mignon was tiny and over marinated, thus dry and uninteresting. They served the "hump of the bull," which was probably more interesting in the name than taste. The cost with wine and dessert was about $60 per person. The service was good.
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