The faux pagoda setting was fun and the staff very welcoming. We had booked a teppanyaki table and Chef Mark didn't let us down. All of the entertainment that you expect and beautifully prepared food. We chose the meat and seafood set menu and loved it. I could have eaten the scallops until I burst.
Only negative was the wine list, very limited for such a good restaurant. I would like to see some of the South American wines and Spanish cava offered in some of the Marriott's other restaurants added to the list.
We will visit again, thanks.
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