Five of us arrived at the restaurant at 7pm on a Sunday evening. The place was not crowded, with plenty of seats in the outdoor section. Indoor, a female singer was crooning away. My wife opted for the fried oxtail (instead of the soup version) and found it more work to cut the oxtail up. I had Zuppa (see photo) and Balinese beef. The hot ginger with hotel drink was most refreshing. Great view and atmosphere. Food is about average.
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