This restaurant caters for amateurs of modern asian fusion cuisine. We ordered a stear-fried tiger prawns dish and a kind of avocado, tomato, chicken, pear and mushrooms salad. The prawns were ok, but nothing special, the salad was interesting. For the main course, we had a red snapper fillet and a beef tenderloin. Both were OK, but overpowered by pepper, which was a pity. Finally, dessert was a combination of an apple pie, a sorbet, and a matcha-mint mousse. Nice, especially the mousse. We ordered wine by the glass, which was alright. Overall, it was alright, but perhapy a little pretentious for the level of the food served. The very international staff was really friendly, though.
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