Offering one of the finest views of the Singapore River, this world-class fine-dining restaurant offers authentic Indochinese cuisine amidst a grand backdrop of lotus flower-shaped Czechoslovakian crystal chandeliers, towering Sukothai Buddha statues, rare Shan antiques and the first ever custom-made stainless steel-and leather Ming Dynasty-style chairs.
Mon - Thu: 12:00 - 15:00
Sun: 12:00 - 15:00
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Headed there for a bite to eat and a drink. First waiter ushered us inside. I said I'd like a bottle of Veuve Clicquot to celebrate the end of a holiday.
20 minutes later no champagne and another waiter comes to take the food order.
"Would you like some drinks?" says she, "Oh I ordered a bottle of Veuve when we came in can you chase it up?" 5 minutes later over comes the bar manager with a glass of sparkling... "Sorry I ordered a bottle of Veuve about 20 minutes ago says I" "so you don't want the glass?" says he "well it's not a bottle" Says I "We've run out." says he. "so why didn't the last 2 waitresses tell me that? Says I.
Food comes, it's lukewarm and not fresh. The so called "fresh" spring rolls taste like they were bought at seven eleven and thrown on a plate! The Salad is limp and tasteless. The Squid is ok.
So to sum up, don't waste your money here. There is no service, the food is average to poor, and the drinks cost a bomb!