The restaurant has good ambience, but tables are inadequately spaced out. Thus, during peak hours, we need to squeeze a little as the chairs of different tables are placed almost back-to-back. The view is excellent of course, as the restaurant faces the ocean with an unobstructed view of Hong Kong Island.
Food is average though, nothing fantastic compared to the local standards. & service can be slow during peak hours.
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