We went here for their business lunch to try it out, as the menu looked promising and it's good value at about QR90 for 3 courses. It was a Saturday, yet we were the only couple in the restaurant. Maybe it's better at night when there is some atmosphere. The food ranged from good to below average. The starters were OK, but the fried rice and bok choy very uninspiring. My battered fish was delicious, but it came with 9 soggy, thin chips. Hand-cut maybe, but poorly cooked. The mango cake was very good. Overall it was just OK, but why settle for OK when you can have Great at the W across the street, or Ramsay's Opal half a mile away?
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