My fiancé made me walk 2km to this restaurant based on trip adviser reviews and an expectation of Chinese/Asian food. The menu did not appear Asian but the food is Asian inspired. Eg "grilled ravioli" was actually Gioza/dumplings.
Most dishes include seafood & only 2 dishes included rice. Couldn't find Fried rice on the menu.
The quality was good. The Gioza entrée was good value. The beef cheeks were delicious, but smallish serving. For the quality and price it was probably reasonable. This is a higher class restaurant and not a typical Chinese.
We restricted ourselves to the items that were ~10euro or less. There were numerous items in the 15-20euro range which were outside our budget. To fully appreciate this restaurant (share the entrees) expect to spend in the order of 20-40euros/person.
The service was very good and meals came out very quickly.
Larger servings, more variety and more Asian food like fried rice would be my feedback to the restaurant.
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