The restaurant is kept in a dim lighting with lots of wood and fans on the ceiling. It certainly has a posh Vietnamese feel to it.
The service was very friendly and was happy to advise on the various menu choices. We went for a shared platter of appetizers which were good, but not outstanding.
The main on the other hand was superb. My wife had the salmon and I had the lamb chops. The meat was cooked to perfect tenderness.
Also, the amuse bouche and raspberry sorbet palet cleanser complimented the overall dining experience.
Prices are similar to other Dubai hotel restaurants.
The restaurant offers Asian fine dining in a relaxed atmosphere.
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