Had booked a table here 2 months before our trip. As it was for a Saturday night, were weren't able to book a window table, but were delighted to be given one when we arrived. Lovely restaurant with nicely (but not overly) attentive staff. Decided to go for the tasting menu with accompanying wines. Some of the courses were terrific: hot & sour soup with wontons, abalone with oyster sauce, wagyu beef. I'm just not sure that they deserve 3 michelin stars, certainly not compared with British restaurants, but still a lovely evening
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