Super yummy! The waiter was nice enough to make an exception and serve us the fries even though it wasn't 3pm yet! 😍 And he was knowledgeable enough about the plate and advised correctly for vegetarian dishes! It was a good way to say bye to working lunches before Ramadan.
We came across this place by accident, but decided to stay as it looked cool. We visited for lunch, so natural light was still flooding the place. I believe that at nighttime it would be too dark. The restaurant has interesting and quirky artworks and sayings spread across the walls and glass, which was a treat to look at. As for the food, it was not exceptional but not disappointing. I ordered the salmon burger and found that the squud inked buns provided a taste that was too over powering, so I decided to deconstruct my burger and have it that way. The fries that came with it were too oily and chunky. Another dish ordered was the pasta with pesto sauce which again, was decent but not mindblowing.
Never been to this restaurant before, but we chose it because it looked cool on pictures and we wanted to check out D3 area. At the end we needed up in the empty restaurant on a Friday night. My friends enjoyed the food and chocolate fondant was delicious, but it was so quiet and by the end the music went down cause the laptop's battery died. And the final touch to this dinner was when the fire alarm went off while we were leaving the place.
It’s hard to explain this restaurant. The interiors are spectacular, especially the ceiling. The food and drinks are great, but expensive. I remember talking to the owner/manager before it opened that they wanted to position themselves as an affordable place for office workers to hang out in the evening. We were excited. The restaurant opened and we were shocked. They did not achieve what they set out to. After work on a Thursday we (12 of us) went for drinks and we were the only customers. It didn’t stop us having fun, but the bar service was still slow (3 staff watching 1 person work). The same owner/manager pushed through the middle of our group grumbling “excuse me” while staring at the floor. It’s a small thing, but with an empty restaurant, there are alternative ways to cross the room, and more pleasant ways to say excuse me. The exterior started off dark and uninviting, but they brightened it with colours and made it feel more open. This has worked to increase the lunch time traffic. I just hope they find a better way to improve the evening traffic. It’s a beautiful, convenient, venue that could promise so much more (and I hope it does - sooner rather than later).
Just a delight! Great food, wonderful service and a setting that is just candy for the eyes! A joy for all senses including an eclectic music selection all in an uberdesign setting... are we still in Dubai?
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