An interesting experience. Set in a beautiful location especially for those enthusiasts of modern city buildings. The restaurant itself is also very nice and has an excellent ambience.
The food is decent. Nothing more. I had dim sum starters, which weren't the best I've tastes, but they tasted better than they looked. For mains, I had a lemon chicken with noodles, was juicy and a lovely lemony sauce. For dessert I has a chocolate brownie. Can't go wrong with that.
For a restaurant in such a grand location, perhaps I set my standards too high and was ultimately underwhelmed. You won't be disappointed, but you won't be blown away. A decent evening could've been improved had it not been for the poor customer service. They weren't very attentive and at £25 a head, I expect better. They didn't seem to show enthusiasm for the food, nor important details. Nonetheless a 6 out of 10 seems more than fair.