I am pleasantly surprised by the tidy and avant garde decor of the venue; especially when I wasn't expecting much in the first place (we just happened to be in the Wanchai Queens Road area and was in the proximity of the QRE building).
The tables, the chairs, and the menus were also much higher than one would expect of a restaurant in this neighborhood. The ambience of af a restaurant is tres important to me; if you are the same, then this restaurant is definitely your cup of tea.
The food was once again, excellent, especially if one takes its price range into consideration ($300-400 per person without alcoholic drinks). The set lunch included a choice of a soup or a salad (I chose a tomato soup and it was delicious; moderately salted and the sourness was about right), I gave my Soba (Main Course) to my daughter and she loved it. Soba was slightly tasteless in my opinion, more sesame sauce would be needed to make it more palatable. For dessert, my daughter chose Chocolate Trio which was artfully arranged. I had a spoonful of that and decided that the taste was above average, but not exemplary.
I also ordered two scallop carpaccios--my favorite amongst all the food I've ordered hence two portions. The scallops were superbly seasoned and their freshness did not fall short of those tasted in five-star hotels or two-Michelin-Star restaurants. My mother had a Crab Salad. She said the crab meats were quite fresh but she thought there weren't enough dressings for the salad so it tasted quite bland.
I am not particularly fond of the services there. I brought my daughter who is an extremely well-behaved six-year-old, and though they were very nice and friendly to me, they did not show much likeness for her presence there. So it's definitely not a kids-friendly place.
It was a pleasant experience overall for my mother, my daughter and myself. We went there after our yoga class on Saturday and we didn't wait too long even without any reservation, i.e., approximately 12 minutes.