This was my first visit to this top floor (33) boutique restaurant with views Eastwards over Causeway Bay. The seats are comfy - a mix of sofas and sofa-chairs more akin to a bar than a restaurant. Lighting was variable, in that the lighting level fluctuated, but it was never too dark to see. Noise level was very low.
There was no buffet on this occasion - indeed, most of the restaurant was partitioned off, leaving only a handful of tables and a la carte service. Menu options were a little limited, and when food came, somewhat small compared to the prices, but the quality was excellent. The young lady who took our order spoke and heard no English whatsoever, so pointing at the menu was necessary. The wine waiter was a little better, though the wine on the wine list did not quite match the bottle that arrived and he experienced some difficulties extracting the cork. The wine itself (Haut Medoc) was excellent. Mind you, the price on the bill at the end didn't match what we had consumed - it was under by several hundred $!
So, somewhat mixed feelings about this place. Enhanced staff training would seem a good idea. Careful updating of the menus to ensure that they reflect what's in stock.
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