Visited on Thursday and Saturday nights. On the first night, the scallop appetizer was one scallop, sliced into three pieces strategically placed on one big white plate. The Barramundi fish was tasty. Both were served lukewarm. The passion fruit cheesecake was ok. My friend didn't like the tempura appetizer. Service was poor...dishes just took too long to come out. On the second visit, five of us spent over $800. About $300 was two bottles of wine but the rest was pricey as we had no appetizers and shared two desserts. My snapper was over cooked, hard and curled. The sauce left much to be desired. The ribeye was thin and over cooked, the cuts orders by a couple of other friends were a better choice. French fries were great. Service was pretty good. My suggestion is to come for the beautiful design and the spectacular views but don't come for the food. You will be disappointed!
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