This restaurant is in a large atrium in the centre of the Landmark Hotel and is overlooked by the guest rooms. Decor is decidedly middle eastern, with palm trees and wide gold framed chairs. All a bit kitsch for me. The food was ok - perfectly acceptable but nothing remarkable. The menu was a little restrictive, though quality was good. Venison carpaccio is to be recommended. Wine list was also a bit thin. Service was a little slow and this could be improved, as it was not busy when I was there...high end prices should really bring excellent service. Piano in the background was a nice touch and the generous spacing between tables means that you can have a proper conversation for business lunches. It seems that this is the sort of place that tourists come for afternoon tea. Again not my sort of thing.
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