This restaurant's menu is divided into 3 parts, French, Japanese and Chinese, and you can mix and match from each section. As it happened, my wife went exclusively for French while I stuck to Japanese. Both were first class in variety, quality and presentation. The Chinese seemed to be quite spicy, and while not to our taste, I have no doubt would be as good. It was the week after Chinese New Year and was relatively quiet, but nevertheless a great dining experience - certainly not cheap, but value for money.
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