The simple but elegant décor and the cosy atmosphere of this fine-dining Chinese restaurant spell comfort immediately. Unfortunately, the service staff is a bit laidback. The menu is limited but enough to offer ample variety in a Chinese meal for vegetarians and non-vegetarians alike. Apart from the regular menu, there is also a set menu with three sets of options. There is a separate bar menu as well as an exhaustive wine list. The food is unpretentious and true to the flavours of this cuisine. None of the dishes are high on spices or sauces, but yet, flavoursome. The Spicy Bean Curd Soup is hugely popular among vegetarians. Lobster Black Bean and Wok Fried Prawns are worth sampling. The Yangzhou Rice with generous amounts of egg, chicken, prawn and pork is a carnivore’s delight. The quality of the ingredients, especially seafood boasts of freshness all the way. Among desserts, the mango pudding is a treat as it is not cloyingly sweet and the texture is just perfect. The health-conscious may opt for the chia seeds pudding. The chef steps out and speaks to every guest seeking their feedback.