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Nice ambience. can see the casino from restaurant. food not bad. we recommend
the only branch of seafood paradise left, love the signature cream sauce crab
good respite from the hectic and noisy shopping area. their lunch sets are value for money
Nice ambience, nice food just that price is on the high side. Service was ok so overall is a good experience and will be back again with clients.
Overall, good experience. Food is good as expected. Service is attentive too except we didn’t know we got to leave by certain timing. Overall, keep up the good work!
Reasonable serving and great taste! Service can be better though. Good place for family dinning:) My family favourite place for celebrations. One two three four
The butter crab was good. And the scallop yam appetiser is nice too. Enjoy the toufu. However, we use to order the seafood handmade toufu. But now it’s only in the set menus. Didn’t get to order it. We order the Hotplate pork toufu instead. We have a good lunch. Thanks. Service was good. The signature fried rice is nice too! Standard still maintain.
Geoduck from Canada is one of the most unique seafood delicacies in the world harvested from the cool, pristine waters of Canada's Pacific coast. $375.00 for 1.5kg is worth because big portion of meat can be served on sashimi and those small portion of meat can be served with Asparagus by adding $17.80 that were able to be shared with other diners.
The food is nice however the price is slightly higher. Nice environment and a well prepare location for dinning with my girlfriend on her Birthday.
Very good food and nice ambience. Service is good as well. Love the crabs. They didn't have Srilanka crabs so we tried the American crabs. Thumbs up!