They have an amazing collection of three salt water aquariums very well maintained in the premises. It does help that the owner is also a diver!
The frontage to the restaurant and tea bar.
The tea bar. All those botthes and packages are an array of exquisite and exotic tea selection.
Look at the beautiful lantern that was hung just above the bar.
Ornaments and decorations aplenty.
I saw this wooden inscription on the wall. Looked beaut although I did not know what it means.
There was a Buddha situated just at the main entrance.
And the goddess Kuan Yin near the dining area.
Food is tasting great so far... We had a couple of steamboats on parade. Will update tomorrow as food's here :P
Alright... Further update of pics. Sorry as I usually am either busy or away from the internet on weekends :P
We had Kimchi SteamboatSpicy Pork Steamboat
And PAPER Steamboat where the veggies are cooked in a paper cup! I'm told that there is science behind this, so here's what I remember - The soup absorbs the heat so the paper doesn't burn and the paper in turn absorbs the by-product (I forgot what it is) of the veggies when cooked.
There were many trinkets displayed in a glass case, some are for sale.
It was a great overall experience and the ambience was just spot on. The food was great and the dumplings especially were excellent!
I'll definitely be going back soon for a round with the family.