We ate here with friends. It certainly is a unique experience and we're glad we did it. It was fun discussing the dishes and trying to figure out what we thought we were eating, and we had plenty of laughs. Halimi did a great job taking care guiding us in and out of the dining area, and throughout our meal. It was interesting to hear his story.
There was either a lack of staff or lack of attention in the downstairs bar. Annoying wait to get drinks menu on arrival, having to chase waitress to place drinks order, then as our cocktails arrived told we had 7 minutes before we'd be taken upstairs. Juggling ice cold slippery glasses whilst in a human chain in pitch darkness added to the challenge.
The price for the set meal is fair enough given the unique experience. As I've said, it was fun trying to guess the flavours and textures, but in all honesty there was nothing we ate that wowed us. The drinks are pricey - two types of cocktails we ordered were too heavy on the ice. I had the birds eye chili cocktail which initially tasted great but got diluted by all the ice. Wine is also expensive.
The waitress apologised at the end of our meal for any delays so the staff were aware of struggling to cope with the numbers of guests.
Second time in a year I've eaten in a pricey restaurant only to discover it has unisex toilets. Until all men learn where they're supposed to be peeing, unisex should be banned.
Overall, a fun unique experience but be prepared to take a hit if you enjoy some alcohol during your evening out. And maybe consider going during the week for a chance of better service for your $$
I've rated it very good based on the unusual experience.
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