Highlight is the atmosphere: live jazzy bands play soulful music in the centre of the venue. Seating is loosely arranged into booths for groups of people.
Menu is extensive & booze selection is massive, and whilst the food is delicious, it is unreasonably pricey. 3 small pork dumplings will set you back $8, and won't satisfy anyone's appetite. The booze too was expensive: a basic tequila-based drink was $12. An Asahi was $10.
Service was somewhat of a let-down too. They sent our food order to the wrong table, & took forever to acknowledge the problem, then rectify the problem. This was compounded by the thought that someone got our food for free, whilst we (who had paid a fortune) waited 30 mins for pork dumplings, only to receive enough food to sustain a small animal for an hour or so.
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