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The duck may not be the best, but at Kai you can have a kaiseki of various duck dishes, from standard to innovative ones. If you’re tired of duck, there are other unusual dishes too, and Kai is not limited to kailan; for instance, the clams in spicy sauce is yum. Proactive service from a nice team dressed in ridiculous-looking uniforms.

The duck may not be the best, but at Kai you can have a kaiseki of various duck dishes, from standard to innovative ones. If you’re tired of duck, there are other unusual dishes too, and Kai is not limited to kailan; for instance, the clams in spicy sauce is yum. Proactive service from a nice team dressed in ridiculous-looking uniforms.

The duck may not be the best, but at Kai you can have a kaiseki of various duck dishes, from standard to innovative ones. If you’re tired of duck, there are other unusual dishes too, and Kai is not limited to kailan; for instance, the clams in spicy sauce is yum. Proactive service from a nice team dressed in ridiculous-looking uniforms.

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The duck may not be the best, but at Kai you can have a kaiseki of various duck dishes, from standard to innovative ones. If you’re tired of duck, there are other unusual dishes too, and Kai is not limited to kailan; for instance, the clams in spicy sauce is yum. Proactive service from a nice team dressed in ridiculous-looking uniforms.

The duck may not be the best, but at Kai you can have a kaiseki of various duck dishes, from standard to innovative ones. If you’re tired of duck, there are other unusual dishes too, and Kai is not limited to kailan; for instance, the clams in spicy sauce is yum. Proactive service from a nice team dressed in ridiculous-looking uniforms.

The duck may not be the best, but at Kai you can have a kaiseki of various duck dishes, from standard to innovative ones. If you’re tired of duck, there are other unusual dishes too, and Kai is not limited to kailan; for instance, the clams in spicy sauce is yum. Proactive service from a nice team dressed in ridiculous-looking uniforms.

On weekends, there is a long queue of customers - almost none above the age of 35, and almost all yuppies because at $25-30 per pax, it ain’t cheap . The crêpes are decent, but besides crêpes and a few below-average-looking sandwiches, there’s nothing else. Service is enthusiastic, but it’s slow, and they don’t have basic things like toothpicks, Tabasco sauce or chilli. One quarter of the place is for retail - clearly a wasteful use of space as turnover cannot be high. Don’t take your Dad to Gather for Father’s Day; he’d rather go to Mother House restaurant also on North Bridge Rd.

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Portions tend to be tiny, and the menu is not super long, but generally speaking the food is good and unusual. The char siew is fantastic, although it’s a bit sweet, so limiting consumption to two pieces per person probably maximises pleasure. The signature truffle duck is delectable. The seabass is quite yummy. Other dishes we had are ok without being wow - the main thing is there was no bad dish. Service is very attentive, albeit a bit awkward throughout the evening. Prices are reasonable, especially with a discount voucher from a variety of suppliers like Entertainer. Overall, a good restaurant, but not good enough to displace the premium Chinese restaurants at hotels in the Orchard Road area, eg. Regent, Four Seasons, Orchard Hotel, Mandarin Orchard. But in my opinion, it beats Goodwood Park, Marriott, and maybe St Regis.

Portions tend to be tiny, and the menu is not super long, but generally speaking the food is good and unusual. The char siew is fantastic, although it’s a bit sweet, so limiting consumption to two pieces per person probably maximises pleasure. The signature truffle duck is delectable. The seabass is quite yummy. Other dishes we had are ok without being wow - the main thing is there was no bad dish. Service is very attentive, albeit a bit awkward throughout the evening. Prices are reasonable, especially with a discount voucher from a variety of suppliers like Entertainer. Overall, a good restaurant, but not good enough to displace the premium Chinese restaurants at hotels in the Orchard Road area, eg. Regent, Four Seasons, Orchard Hotel, Mandarin Orchard. But in my opinion, it beats Goodwood Park, Marriott, and maybe St Regis.

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Portions tend to be tiny, and the menu is not super long, but generally speaking the food is good and unusual. The char siew is fantastic, although it’s a bit sweet, so limiting consumption to two pieces per person probably maximises pleasure. The signature truffle duck is delectable. The seabass is quite yummy. Other dishes we had are ok without being wow - the main thing is there was no bad dish. Service is very attentive, albeit a bit awkward throughout the evening. Prices are reasonable, especially with a discount voucher from a variety of suppliers like Entertainer. Overall, a good restaurant, but not good enough to displace the premium Chinese restaurants at hotels in the Orchard Road area, eg. Regent, Four Seasons, Orchard Hotel, Mandarin Orchard. But in my opinion, it beats Goodwood Park, Marriott, and maybe St Regis.

Portions tend to be tiny, and the menu is not super long, but generally speaking the food is good and unusual. The char siew is fantastic, although it’s a bit sweet, so limiting consumption to two pieces per person probably maximises pleasure. The signature truffle duck is delectable. The seabass is quite yummy. Other dishes we had are ok without being wow - the main thing is there was no bad dish. Service is very attentive, albeit a bit awkward throughout the evening. Prices are reasonable, especially with a discount voucher from a variety of suppliers like Entertainer. Overall, a good restaurant, but not good enough to displace the premium Chinese restaurants at hotels in the Orchard Road area, eg. Regent, Four Seasons, Orchard Hotel, Mandarin Orchard. But in my opinion, it beats Goodwood Park, Marriott, and maybe St Regis.

Portions tend to be tiny, and the menu is not super long, but generally speaking the food is good and unusual. The char siew is fantastic, although it’s a bit sweet, so limiting consumption to two pieces per person probably maximises pleasure. The signature truffle duck is delectable. The seabass is quite yummy. Other dishes we had are ok without being wow - the main thing is there was no bad dish. Service is very attentive, albeit a bit awkward throughout the evening. Prices are reasonable, especially with a discount voucher from a variety of suppliers like Entertainer. Overall, a good restaurant, but not good enough to displace the premium Chinese restaurants at hotels in the Orchard Road area, eg. Regent, Four Seasons, Orchard Hotel, Mandarin Orchard. But in my opinion, it beats Goodwood Park, Marriott, and maybe St Regis.

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