Visited this restaurant for lunch, they have a weird setup where you order the food in one unit then walk a minute alone at the corridor to another unit for the dining area, this maybe due to them not having a proper restaurant license and this is their way around it. The food as a whole was very good and for the $70 price we paid the pasta was cooked in proper western-style unlike the sloppy paste you get at most local cha chan tans.
Worth noting though that their
portions for mains are very small so if you have quite an appetite like I do, it is worth adding the money to get a dessert too.
The drinks on the other hand were quite disappointing, we ordered iced lemon tea, however it seemed they had pulled the teabag out of the tea with less than 10 seconds of brewing, making a ice lemon tea taste more like ice lemon water.
As I whole I would revisit this restaurant.