This restaurant was inside the Camino Real Hotel and it's permanently gone. No more. The hotel is adding a ballroom and won't have a restaurant anymore.
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All was great, really, the only star missing is because it had few people and we wante more crowd. The place is worth for more visitors! all we had was perfect.
Due to construction work in their brunch venue, they are serving their brunch at the Kyo Grill for a short period of time. Brunch - buffet at a reasonable price in an Asian vibe. Come try from Monday to Friday. Try the Menudo, Barbacoa and...More
Nice place but food is not that good, best dish was arrachera, everything else was bad. Sushi rice was tasteless, tempura shrimp too much bread, dumpling also too much bread. Service was terrible there were only four tables taken and wait personnel spent their time...More
The giant Buddha that presides over diners, the arched walkway over a babbling man made brook at the entrance and flying illuminated squids over the bar create a striking first impression and grand expectations. Alas the food disappoints. The pan-Asian menu simply doesn't work as...More
Tried to eat here one evening and they said the entire restaurant was booked for a party (144 seats). Never saw the party.
Why should they stuffed sushi with mayonnaise? And cream? The tempura are not crispy and the dumpling very small and not tasty...for this huge amount of money, I was expecting something much more better. And last thing, I really don't like eating in the darkness...