The welcome and ongoing service was acceptable but no real personality or personal touch; so unlike Northern Light when Adam Liston used to welcome us like old friends and I'm sure it wasn't just us that received such friendly warmth.
We ordered a few things to share:
‘DAVID CHANG’S' STEAMED PORK BUN
SPANNER CRAB UDON, SMOKED CRAB BUTTER, YUZU, KIZAMI NORI
SMOKED DUCK HOKKIEN, CHILLI RELISH, BEAN SPROUTS, HOI SIN
The pork bun was definitely the best thing we had. The pork was tender and the crackling wonderfully crisp. The spanner crab udon was overly buttery and just too rich. The smoked duck hokkien was nice enough but not something I couldn't make at happen. It was a touch too sweet for me and lacked fire. The quality of the actual noodles was good - slippery, slurpy and with bite but sadly the accompanying flavours lacked appeal. The okonomiyaki was big but dense, heavy and lacked flavour.
So in all I was disappointed. The pork bun wasn't enough to save the meal and I just don't feel the quality matched the price point.