Had set lunch here to celebrate my anniversary with my partner. Had almost a half an hour wait between the serving of appetizer and main course.

As a result, the restaurant was closing by the time we were finish the main course. We felt that the waiter - a bespectacled Chinese young man - was very rushed in clearing our main course, serving the dessert and bringing us the bill. I was still three-quarters through my main course when he simply placed the Tiramisu with "Happy Anniversary" written on the table, without saying anything. No congratulations, no "enjoy your anniversary/meal", nothing. My boyfriend had told the restaurant that he wanted to surprise me for the anniversary. Do you honestly think it would've been a surprise when the waiter simply placed that cake on the table and walked away without any word, when I was still halfway through my fries?

So we asked him to serve our other dessert, and he looked obviously confused. He did not even know that we were waiting for another dessert. So if we had forgotten about it, perhaps we wouldn't even get to eat the dessert we ordered?

That young bespectacled Chinese waiter seemed to have placed more attention entertaining his friends at the table beside us. He even asked if they wanted dessert to be served long after he hurriedly placed that Tiramisu on the table and gave us our bill.

Did it need to be so rushed towards the end of our meal, if they hadn't made us wait for half an hour between the appetizer and main course? The rush completely ruined my appetite. I felt so anxious to finish the fries and the dessert because of how hurriedly he served the dessert, cleared the plates and brought us the bill.

The dessert (two scoops of gelato) came in such a miserly portion, the circumference of one scoop was barely more than the size of a 50-cent coin. I had to place my camera one inch away from the ice cream to capture it.

Overall, ambience was good and food was good, but portions were quite small and service was bad (perhaps it was simply that young bespectacled Chinese man). Sad to say that his actions alone may have brought down the entire team, I may never step foot in this restaurant again.