The food here in unquestionably outstanding, so much so that we cancelled a night at Ferraro's at the Four Seasons to go back to Capische (the Four Seasons was an amazing hotel for our stay but their food was not worth the money and overhyped, we ate at Duo one night and were very disappointed).
Ther service was good, not amazing but if you are enjoying the company and views like you should be then you wouldn't notice anything bad they were just busy.
The starters we had (white truffle risotto twice for me, same for my husband one night and then he had the vegetable ravioli) were superb as were our mains on both nights spaghetti bolognese, slow roast lamb, red snapper were honestly the best of each of those I had tasted.
The wine - the first night we were talked into buying a wine "more suited" to our meal (our server had been on a wine tasting course so was in his words educated well in the wines they had!) so we went from a $85 wine to a $180 and although it was a good wine it wasn't superb, the second time we went we had a more laid back server and chose the $65 Ken Wright Pinot Blanc which was very very good so I would recommend that highly to anyone there.
so I would say a meal there without a overpriced wine would be around $300 for 2 for starter, main and a bottle of wine but it really is worth it.
The cocktails were very nice too I had several lovely mojitos there!
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