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It is a relatively new restaurant located in a rather inconspicuous neighbourhood, but worth dropping by for a meal. The vintage interiors, done in a soothing white-and-ivory colour scheme, with its antique mirrors and light fixtures, framed paintings on the walls and ornate wall paper, are reminiscent of classical homes, and the menu boasts an impressive repertoire of Chinese, Continental and seafood specialties. Chinese seems to be more popular here, but their Continental kitchen is commendable. The lamb roast (comes especially recommended) and the frittata (more of an omelet really) loaded with chicken, ham and bacon, are good picks. One of the owners also runs the seafood specialty restaurant Ecstasea, which, perhaps, explains the fantastic seafood numbers on the menu here.