Visited here today with my wife & daughter & had a mammoth feed. The calimari was practically still swimming it was so fresh & my wife's lentil soup was phenomenally good, as were the complimentary breads & meze/tapas.
The mains were breathtakingly good. The chef who cooks the pasta, if he never learns how to do anything else in his entire life, it is not a life wasted. Perfect al dente penne is not as easy to achieve as it sounds but that's what Reef produces. The lacachun (I hope I spelled that right) is a monster of a dish, flavourful, meaty &.über filling. Amazing. My wife had seabass & on inspection, it looks a small portion but is actually far from it.
Desserts were phenomenal. Great cheesecakes (oreo & raspberry were the order of the day) & deep fried ice cream. 2 words. Good God! What a dessert! It defeated me in the end but what a way to be vanquished!
We were served superbly by Atay, a credit to the establishment. Attentive & informative without being obsequious or clingy.
Made a point of thanking the manager for a lovely meal in fab surroundings. We will return!
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