This is the rooftop restaurant of the hotel, but curiously, the design does not include any windows at all, so you don’t really feel you are at a height. Instead, the interiors are all wood with brightly-coloured lights that give the place an extremely unusual feel. The menu tends to stick to tried-and-tested favourites, so there are soups from China, Japan and Thailand as well as deep-fried snacks from around the region. The chef is very old-school so expect chicken with hot garlic sauce and other dishes from yesteryear.
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