This expansive restaurant, known more for its banqueting facilities, offers an exhaustive multi-cuisine menu. The décor is simple and the seating well-spaced out and comfortable. You are spoilt for choice as the menu offers just about everything and leaves you confused. The bar menu is equally varied. The 'Broccoli and Almond Soup' is a good way to begin. 'Chicken Pepper Fry' and 'Prawns Ghee Roast' are great options for starters. The 'Burnt Garlic Cheese Fondue' is not-to-be-missed. The 'Veg Falafel' overpowered with cilantro flavour, mars the experience. The accompanying hummus too disappoints. Among Pan Asian dishes, the 'Chicken Satay' is well-made. Carnivores will enjoy the robust 'Grilled Lamb Chops'. The menu has a fair amount of vegetarian options too, across cuisines. The seafood here is fresh and of good quality. For dessert, the 'Orange Caramel Custard' is your best bet. The food is pocket-friendly, comes in generous portions, but is not outstanding in terms of flavours. The service staff is warm and helpful, but a bit inarticulate and not well-versed with the menu.