You’d probably call the food Fusion if you were a Californian. Lord knows how a Londoner should describe it.
My "Asian plate" of tempura prawn, spring roll and sushi was good, if not mind-blowing. Just a bit too much grease in the tempura.
Malcolm had the smoked crocodile salad. Of course it tasted like chicken – said he. What I didn’t necessarily expect was that it looked like chicken too…
For a main course I plumped for the pan-fried seabass. You can’t really go wrong with seabass- but the purple potatoes that came with the fish were disappointing – a big dollop of normal mash would have been better – style over content.
Malcolm’s grilled scallops were perfect though – with chili, coriander and lime.
The restaurant has a nice buzz, pleasant waiting staff, and is evidently very popular. It’s not cheap but its in the heart of the City. All in all I would give the restaurant a thumbs up – I would go again.
The real reason I am posting this review however is a bet I made with Malcolm about the efficacy of blogging. I bet him that the Google link ranks were likely to place this review more highly than you would expect. So lets wait a couple of days and see.
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