Elegant décor with superb view, and excellent service - both world-class. There is usually a big gap in terms of food quality between 2-or-3-Michelin-* restaurants on one hand, and 1-* ones on the other. Here, the food, whilst very good, lacks the wow of gastronomic institutions - it's more a 1.5-* than a full 2-*. At lunch, go à la carte for a better experience of what they can do; many dishes on the set menu are meh. The fact that the restaurant is next to the lift leading to the Hotel's spa and pools sometimes gives rise to the awkward sight of scantily-dressed or most-casually-dressed customers; you wonder if they're not going to some costumed dining events.
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