Everything seemed perfect, the view, the ambience… except the slow service. It was an immediate disappointment when the latte was served. I was expecting the milk was steamed at the right temperature, but was found the latte was way too hot and burnt my tongue. The aroma was so weak until I thought I was drinking steaming hot coffee-flavoured milk. It didn’t taste much like an illy to me and I was a little down as I was hoping a “boost”. It was another disappointment when the pasta was served. I was expected the white cream sauce like the carbonara, somehow it tasted sour. Well, that was not too bad, it was just out of my expectation. The bad thing about the pasta was the smoked salmon. I was expected generous portion of slightly thicker smoked salmon, but they were merely 3 thin pieces of smoked salmon topped with a little caviar. On the bright side, they were generous enough to make sure the angelhair was in sufficient portion. Frankly, it was overpriced at RM 29.90. My hubby had nasi kerabu with ayam percik served with raw ulam, salted egg and keropok, a typical local dish at RM 24.90 and he complained about the not so nasi kerabu and cold tasteless chicken.