You'll find it on the 2nd floor of Greenbelt 3 just before the bridge connecting to the Car Park. Passed it many times but the idea of a Japanese-Italian fusion cuisine didn't appeal to me. So it took a while before I finally decided to check out this place.
I asked for the best seller pasta dish. We were served a bowl of tasty miso soup before being served the Mentaiko Shrimp and Japanese Herb Pasta (#11) and the Avocado, Bacon and Shrimp Pasta in Cheese Cream Sauce (#26).
The Mentaiko (Cod Roe) Shrimp & Herb Ao-Shiso Pasta came garnished with seaweed and had a "simple" taste. Sadly, the shrimps were far from fresh and even tasted recently-thawed. A tad dry too even after I tried mixing up the pasta to get the "full flavor".
As for the other pasta dish, it was swimming in the cheese cream sauce such that it "drowned out" the avocado, IF THERE WAS ANY. When this resto guy asked how our food was, my friend pointed out her soaking pasta dish. We were told "that's really how the dish is done."
When I asked if I could have more of the soup, I was politely (at least) turned down. Yet the guy kept reminding us to tell him if there's anything we need. Duh?
If I were a reluctant diner before this, I am now more convinced that we should leave to the Italians this business of making pasta and pizza. Sorry, I don't think I'd even give this a second go. Besides, it's not cheap!