I can't remember the exact names of the food and drink we ordered. Spaghetti carbonara with bacon: Taste wise - okay (6.5 out of 10) Portion wise - outrageously small (you can finish the whole thing in a minute even though if you are a lady) Spaghetti with bacon and potato Taste wise - I can't rate it myself (my friend said okay, I didn't ask how many out of ten) Portion wise - outrageously small Potato pizza Taste wise - a little bit better than the Spaghetti (7 out of 10) Portion wise - outrageously small and thin Soup Taste wise - I don't know (my friend didn't say anything) Portion wise - outrageously small (I've never seen any soup as shallow in depth as this in any restaurant I've been to) Ginger drink Taste wise - I don't know (my friend didn't say anything) Portion wise - outrageously small (a very smalll cup, nearly full of ice cubes, not much luquid there mind you, just one suck with the straw you can almost finish the drink) Iced Lemon Tea Taste wise - you can get a lot better lemon tea anywhere in HK (6 out of 10 two thin slices of lemon) Portion wise - small I was fascinated by their food models and the look of the restaurant. However things weren't always what they seemed. The portions of the real food were far too smaller than the models, tiny portion I would say. Prices were quite high, the entry level of spaghetti costed 68HKD with a portion that a bit bigger than your palm (depends on how big your hand is. By the way, if you pay a little bit more, Grappas will satisfy you.) There were few things I would praise this restaurant: Staff was friendly Comfortable seats Interior design was eye-catching However, a crucial thing was missing. Their appallingly small portion food didn't taste as good as the look of the food models. I will never go there again, I felt cheated.