Went for dinner here with two other friends on a weekday evening. The food is good but not exceptional. Service staff is attentive and tries to accommodate a vegetarian (meatless) request but maybe the chef was the one who got it wrong. Because of the upcoming festive season there were 'festive' desserts but the selection was limited. Overall be prepared to pay for the food (which is not spectacular) and the 'classy' ambience. You might be better off at a regular Teo chew porridge place if you are not one for the hotel restaurant ambience.
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