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Duck under the red curtain to enter this very cute Art Deco bar with fabulous cocktails. We got a seat at the bar early on a Friday evening but in the future we would book a table as it gets very busy. Lovely place to...go for a drink before or after dinner.More
Chose Employees Only for lunch after taking a look at the menu while wandering on Amoy Street during the holidays.
The menu was not extensive but it was just right for us. I chose the roasted salmon dish and it was delicious. Nicely cooked, very...tasty. My wife was also happy with the salad she chose.
Setup was nice, 1920’s styled bar. Even though we did not order any drinks from the bar, it looks like it could be a nice evening bar restaurant option for those who like a good food with their drinks. Service was very good, attentive with a casual friendly vibe.More
Very cool bar, placed was packed when we arrived. The 2 bouncers asked if we had a reservation. We told them we were just here for a drink. Once we entered, we were luck y to have a seat at the bar. The bartenders were...very friendly. We ordered 2 drinks which were delicious. We had a great time! A little pricey at 25 dollars a drink imo thoMore
Similarly to their recently opened Sydney venue, I don’t see what all the fuss is about. The first words from the doorman were “are you wanting a drink or dinner”. On being granted access, there were no seats to have a drink. After a short...wait this was resolved. As for the rest...
Cool decor. Small bar and small restaurant seating area at the rear typical 1920s era surroundings very nice. The waitress very pleasant. The classic daiquiri was ok, but had shaves of ice present.More