Although the restaurant is located up on the 38th Floor of a hotel right by the harbour, the view still left something to be desired, although the somewhat cozy interior makes up for it slightly. Overall, the Venetian menu is decent but somewhat unspectacular. The free-range Chicken Breast stuffed with Ricotta (regular $30) and the hand-made Pappardelle Pasta (regular $22) satisfy with portions but still place under par in taste for the price. The wine menu is also overpriced and the selection disappointing with the exception of one or two whites. Service was attentive but a little cold, which was a bit of a disappointment.|
Recommendation: if you've got nowhere else to go, and you're not looking for a creative meal then come here.
out of 5.0