The restaurant is set in a nice modern environment with some Asian touches, the samurai armor in the entrance making it a tad kitch but ok. There are a lot of tables, one shouldn’t sit at those near the entrance that seem quite noisy because of the lobby and the pool. Some of the tables have a pool view, some may like that but personally I wouldn’t want to sit there. The best tables are towards the end of the restaurant having a city/river view and being more cozy.
The service was great, Monika (Monica?) spoke excellent English, was more than helpful (we had some questions about certain dishes) and very friendly.
One should be skeptical when seeing such a big menu with so many different dishes and specialties. Is it all fresh ? Do they have everything that is on the menu ? Can they cook all these dishes well ?
Apparently yes, everything was excellent from the pork gyozas, the duck, the gua bao, the wagyu beef... even the desserts, fried banana with cinnamon and chocolate soufflé with green tea ice cream. Even our coffees had some great fish shaped biscuits.
It might be a bit expensive but the quality of the ingredients and the overall quality is definitely worth it !
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