The restaurant was half empty on a Saturday night. Decor was spacious for Soho. We sat down and was greeted by the friendly manager. There was a set dinner for HKD 248 + 10% for a 3 course meal. You can choose from appetizers - soup of the day, salad, and antipasto. Main course you can choose from pasta, chicken, lamp chops, steak and fish, then dessert or coffee / tea. The manager said the soup of the day was carrot and to our surprise when it came the color was pale yellow. We tasted the soup and it tasted like watered down chicken soup or some soup with chicken flavored base. Definitely NOT carrot soup! We asked another waiter and he said the soup was Potato and Leek. We told the Manager it was not carrot soup and he just said, well maybe they ran out in the kitchen and had to change it. Pretty lame response as it was obvious he had no clue what was going on. Another member in the group ordered the antipasto plate and when you think couldn't go wrong, it did. The feta cheese or maybe it was mozzerella, had absolutely no taste. The parma ham was below average.
The main dishes came and we ordered, mushroom Risotto, Seafood Spaghetti and Steak (recommended by the Manager). The risotto had no taste. The portions were huge but the quality was not restaurant material. The seafood spaghetti was al dente with a large variety of seafood - clams, fish, salmon, squid and prawns. The seafood didn't seem particularly fresh or special. The steak was probably the worst. There was a large piece of meat however the quality of the meat was below average and there was no taste to the steak. We should have picked up on this
To sum up, large portions and low quality food. The staff were nice and friendly however seemed clueless. For what you pay for, you can go to another soho Italian restaurant with much more quality food.