We went for the tepanyaki. The chef was a chinese cook who didnt do the whole show usually tepanyaki chefs do. He just cooked silently our food in front of us. We asked for medium rare steaks and they where overcooked and dry.
The rest was delicious. The wine was great and the service was attentive...so attentive that at 23h they started to turn off lights in order to send us the message that they wanted to go home. I will not go back but the hotel has a great terrace and i would go back to try the dinner up there on the 7th floor.
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