Not sure how to rate this. The bar itself is quite intriguing with interesting decor. Unfortunately the cool jazz vibe was spoilt by the music being just a bit too loud for comfortable conversation. The crowd was a mixture of young and very middle aged. We came to eat (too long to wait for Hanoi across the street) and ordered 5 dishes of "Asian" tapas. The squid stuffed with pork was interesting but the pork lacked flavour, the lacy spring rolls unusual, dried beef was ok but unusual sweet flavour, the pork balls in lettuce leaf were a great idea but difficult to manage. Unfortunately the steamed shrimp dumplings were over done and sloppy with no Asian flavour. Not sure if I would recommend the food, but the atmosphere in the bar was really good. I now know what to do with tamarind that I have had in my fridge for ages - the Tamarind mule was a standout non-alcoholic drink - expensive for a glass of mainly ice but the flavour was fantastic - a great thirst quencher.
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