Had an event there early January. The led lights were one of the WOW factor and they can even customize the lighting to suit our funky theme during the whole night.
Will recommend to anyone that is looking to create a different kind of experience with their events!
We had a Christmas dinner there and they gave us a place in the private dining area. We loved the ambience & the Maitre D', Roberto, described the dishes in the most effusive and delightful manner. Certainly a lovely place and we would be looking forward to going back there. Prices were certainly high but with that level of quality & service, it was worth it.
I did not hv a good time here because it took just as long to get me the correct bill and change as it was to prepare my take away order. Super annoyed. The staff were nice and apologetic but seriously.... train ppl to properly get the right bills and also how to quickly correct it when a mistake is made.
I am in love with the cake AND THE TOPPING/CREAM ... usually I don't eat toppings cos they are either too sweet, too buttery, or simply don't taste right. So glad that Sweet Treets is now available at my neighborhood cafe. Yay!
Had our company buka puasa dinner over the restaurant on Monday. The view from pool side is magnificent as it captured view of the city. Sadly, I didn't see any effort on maintaining the facilities of the pool side. Pool water was disgusting as its green and cloudy, chairs are dirty and dust, not to say the smoke from roasting the lamb and satay. The restaurant have a grand interior view with good lighting, decoration and nice ambient. You could definitely feel the Raya atmosphere here. At this point, our company was actually planned to have our Buka Puasa event here again next year despite that the pool side condition, but eventually we cancelled our mind on this as the food was a huge letdown. The food quality and variety were absolutely despaired! I could barely count it with my fingers; 1 chicken,1 beef, 1 lamb, 1 fish, 2 vege, 2 rices, soups, little selection of starter and dessert, rubbery roast lamb, tenpayaki station (which I couldn't find the serving staff), noodle station and last but not least the rotten satay which I wouldn't expect to found in one grand and classy restaurant like yours. Told the manager regard the satay and took him more than half an hour to react by stop serving it but did not withdraw it from our table until we asked. Assuming that your good restaurant would just allow your customer to consume rotten food?? Overall, the worst dining experience.