The first dinner I had at this restaurant was a real blast from the past. It's absolutely luxurious, with remarkable decoration from the British colonial era - teak floors, wooden walls, a stone fountain with small ferns and orchids, a wrought iron spiral staircase leading to a quieter area of the restaurant ... true luxury. The kitchen offered international cuisine - Thai, Chinese, Korean, Japanese, Italian, French, English, etc. For example, I had carbonara ravioli with parmesan sauce and mushrooms, and my partner had duck confit, and salad with fresh mozzarella. Worth a visit.