The decor was beautiful. However the food whilst good, didn't really have the x factor. We each chose 5 course alacarte (1080rmb = $216 AU) which was 1 hot & 1 cold entree, 1 seafood dish and 1 main then a dessert. They had a 2 Michelin star chef recommendation menu but we opted for the alacarte for a mixture.
We had a mix between caviar tuna tartare, king crab ceviche, scallop with squid ink crisp, fregola, black cod, lamb and pork. The bread inbetween was very good - special mention was the black truffle croissant type bun.
Good intimate experience but comparing to other one-Michelin starred there is a lot left to be desired.
The dishes weren't memorable and I dare say that if it wasn't for the 3 types of bread we would have been hungry still.
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