We came here based off reviews but we were quite disappointed. The food was average overall. Some dishes were good, but most were not impressive, especially for the price. It was more expensive than I spend in the US for a really nice restaurant. With the taxes and fees they add, it came out to about $100 per person. Add wine to that and we were paying over $120 per person. We had better food from street vendors. The atmosphere was too stuffy for our taste as well and we felt like we had to whisper to each other it was so quiet before the show started. The show was interesting but too long. We grew a bit bored with it after about the fourth dance. Afterward the dancers came around for photos but then expected us to tip more money. All in all, we wished we had saved our money and gone somewhere else.