The decoration was shabby, chair was thinly cushioned/uncomfortable, interior is too dim (till the point I feel lilke it's to hide the shabbiness), the food served is like a fast food joint (pre-prepared) and the place stank of kitchen fumes.
The only saving grace was the service however it is still a far cry from fine dining as the staff is overly enthusiatic and into your face till the extent that we can't relax during the whole dinner experience.
In my view, the only area Dozo is akin to fine dining would be its pricing. But with what they are offering, you would be better off spending abit more in a real fine dining restaurant.
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