Food is good, the rice is very good, the beef dumplings are good, the seshuan beef is good, service is good, the place is dead, literally, I went on a Saturday night with my wife and we were three tables in total in a place...More
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This is a restaurant that has changed substantially from its original concept. Some years ago used to be a trendy place more focused in dinning and cocktails. Nowadays a twist, kids get the best treat, great place for them to play and staff that offer...More
Have eaten here before. It seems to be consistent. Wait staff are somewhat rushed to take your order as soon as you are seated. Had a cocktail first, then had difficulty getting the waiter to return. Typical for wait staff who are annoyed that you...More
Completely ordinary Chinese fare -- substandard when considering the prices they charge. Supremely underwhelming. The only redeeming feature is the well mounted kids' area -- which appears to be closed more often than not, since they seem to have personnel problems. Skip this one
Went there for a special activity . Had a very goos time . The ambience . the staff and the food was excellent . Trendy and quite modern
This is a restaurant in a hotel. When it is late and you feel trapped you go where you can. Right? Mistake. They duck was overcooked, dry and greasy...Their dim sum cardboardy... Room service is better.
Had some beef with some sort of fried potato. They drowned the potatoes in some terrible sauce that did not really fit the beef. Service friendly and efficient, price very high for Mexico.
This restaurant is located inside the Camino Real Hotel. Whether you're staying there as a guest or just coming for the restaurant, your first challenge will be to navigate the endless labyrinth of stairways and hallways each more reminiscent of a cold sterile mediocre hospital...More
The restaurant was excellent. We had a business meeting and we had an excellent time with great service.