Funny one this. The rest of the E&O has such a lovely atmosphere that it's strange the signature restaurant is utterly devoid of any ambience at all. It's basically a big, high-ceilinged white room with no music, lots of empty tables and a few tables where diners are talking in hushed tones. All you here is the occasional clink of cutlery until about 10pm when the staff started bustling about clearing up and clattering about as though we weren't there. Very odd.
The food itself is excellent - the squash/tomato/salmon soup was exquisite as was the beautifully cooked chateaubriand which was possibly the best I've ever had. Prices are very high though and good as the food is, I'm not quite sure why you would come to this restaurant unless like us you'd arrived at the hotel late and had nowhere to go. Georgetown is full of street food and now has some excellent restaurants too which means there's no need to eat in a hotel dining room with such an awful atmosphere.
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