Let us start with the positives:
The place is well decorated. Interior lighting and coloring makes it impressive.
Tables are well suited creating a cozy environment.
Location is relatively good, on the riverside close to bars and other restaurants.
Time for the negatives:
It is not a cheap restaurant, therefore there are high expectations on service and food. The owners promote it as "Asian Fusion" but that end to the decoration, nothing fusion on food.
When visited the first disappointment came with the table, cheap chopsticks!!! Actually one use chopsticks that you usually get at street food vendors. But the prices here are so much higher.
We got two plates of sushi rolls. Tuna and salmon. Portions were good (five rolls per plate) but the sushis were placed on a layer of mayonnaise!!!!!! Japanese started wars for less serious reasons than that. I cannot make any comment for the quality of the food as all I got was mayo taste, have to admit it was a good mayonnaise but a bit overpriced.
Tuna steak was excellent, got a bite front my wife so I can tell.
Paid more than 50$ and ended up at a street food vendor to get something to eat.
One last thing for the owners: it is a shame to have such a beautiful place and let the mood get spoiled by tourists trying to pick up the bar women or the waitresses.
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