The food here is generally better than Bobo's which is right upstairs from lucky bo's. So we tend to eat here before we head for any performances at BoBo's.
The selection of steak cuts are good and the tomahawk is also good though the pricing is quite steep. What's a little different is that after they cut up the tomahawk, they take the beef fat and use it to fry up a plate of char koay teow (flat rice noodles) - which is delicious and full of beefy fatty flavour. Yummmmm....
The smoked duck with garlic crisps is also very tasty - served with a tangy fruit salad - it's an excellent starter.
Generally portion sizes are reasonable (considering the price tag).
The ambience is cosy as it is set in the quieter side of bangsar and the service is attentive.
They also have a few Asian items on their menu and I would recommend the Leng chai fish head noodle.