I have dined at the Raphael's a number of times over a period of six months previously, and have never been disappointed. I like particularly its bread and rolls, the three soups on the menu (seafood, mushrooms, and vegetables), beef, lamb, and the cooked veggies on the side - all displaying the good care and culinary skills of its chef.
What gave me the most satisfaction was its willingness and readiness to use the live catch from the tank of the hotel's Chinese Dynasty Restautant to prepare a fish dish with herbs that was so fresh, tender, and delicious.
Raphaels's also appeals to me with its cosy and warm decor, seating arrangements, and attentive services.
It is located behind the obby lounge of the Renaissance Yangtze Hotel, and shares the same entrance from the lobby with the adjacent Kasumi Japanese restaurant. It is one of my favorites and highly recommendable.
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