This is a glorious dining experience with a breath-taking view of the poolside, with Chinese, Japanese, Thai and Korean dishes featured on the menu …each cuisine spearheaded by a speciality chef. It is invariably packed at meal times and the dim sum is a huge draw with special items like slow-cooked pork ribs with chilli black bean sauce and a menu list as long as your arm. It specialises in imported premium stuff like sea urchins and stingray fin and even special Amberjack fish from Japan. The seasonal fish gill is an intriguing dish that should not be missed, as the elusive smoky flavour from the lava grill, enhances its freshness in a remarkable way. 'Bibimbap', the quintessential Korean all-time favourite dish is proudly featured here too. Not much has been left unsaid about Thai food but there seems to be a special touch in all the dishes here. Eest has managed to maintain the consistency that could only be achieved with chefs who tirelessly come up with an excellent menu. A good wine list and efficient service despite the crowd.