We ordered two kinds of tasty Dim Sum as an appetizer.
The Tom Yum soup was very good but a little too spicy hot for our tolerance level.
Our main dishes were a Pad Thai and a Thai "Crispy Vegetables," both excellent.
It made for a pleasant evening. The bill for the food was reasonable by our standards, especially in a 5-star hotel restaurant, about US $63, but the wine...
Two glasses of Jacobs Creek Shiraz (a $7 bottle at home) totaled up with taxes to about US $15 each, or half the price of the food.
From now on, our wine consumption will be restricted to happy hour in the lounge.