First time here... all I could say it's rather interesting place to be for a fusion Chinese meal.
I think overall the atmosphere is designed to be a "bar" as the name suggested, hence it's a little dark with candles. So don't expect a super bright and loud restaurant like your typical Chinese restaurant. We had no problem reading menu.
The food is pretty good, it's designed to be fusion hence it's a little different but still very delicious. We had the dumplings (which is great) and the xiao-long-bao (average as not "soupy" enough for my standard), crispy chicken wing and ox-tongue salad (both are delicious!). I am Chinese so I know what authentic good Chinese meals are like...
Good selection of drinks (wine, beers etc) although most of them you have to buy a bottle.
Although I must say it's slightly on the pricey side, perhaps I was comparing to the typical Chinese restaurant which is alot cheaper?! I will be back again but probably more for bar experience with finger food rather than a full Chinese meal which you can get elsewhere with better price.
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