I went here with 6 others for a friend’s birthday dinner. The restaurant is located very close to Knightsbridge station. It is made up of 2 levels, low lighting and a strong Oriental feel. The menu consists of sushi and signature overpriced thai dishes.
I arrived early (18:50) with 3 others and was told that we could still get in on the happy hour, I ordered a very nice Lycee mock-tail for £7 and got another for free.
Now a lot of the mains on the menu where around the £25 mark, which seemed a little steep.
However, we were offered the “Wellness menu” – where for £29 you get a drink, choice of salad starter, main and desert. This displayed value for money so I opted for that.
Starters I ordered the Quinoa, sweet potato & spiced feta salad, the sea bass, with rice (pictured) with Dark chocolate coated strawberries for desert and a Pina Colda to drink which was brilliant, in fact the drinks where all very good.
The sea bass was cooked well but the portion was just too small. I also had a taste of my friends chicken dishes and that tasted really good, tender, grilled well and not dry.
Service was okay, out waiter explained the menu well and was friendly. It was a friday night so there was a lot of hustle and bustle.
The wellness menu is decent value for money, but the A La carte is overpriced.