This is probably the most beautiful built-out space in the region. Service is generally good and efficient, though after mains were served, it waned considerably. They offer up an amuse bouche which was a piece of salmon wrapped around some cream cheese -- totally fine but uninspired. There's also a nice bread platter with pretty insipid dips.
After we finally got a server to see the soggy quality of the parmesean fries with truffle aioli, he noted that it was the kitchen's fault and brought us new fries. We were none to pleased to see that those remained on the bill. On the other hand, the enormous rack of lamb which I was assured wouldn't be chewy turned out to be just that. We decided, however, to share the two other mains we had among the three of us and were all full and the lamb was of course subtracted. The mushroom in cream and sherry side was delicious, tuna steak was banal, the crispy prawn starter had an uninspired accompanying salad that should have had hints of ginger and the orient, but was closer to a carrot slaw. All that said, the New York Strip steak was near perfection and the best you can probably get on the continent. Pricey, to be sure, as the proteins come with no sides -- you have to pay for those apart - but if you're in the mood for a great steak, you'd find no better than Tatu. Even though we had just 2 starters and two mains and two beers and a glass of wine, our 160,000 shilling bill (just shy of $200) seemed astronomical for the uneveness of the experience.
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