Perched high, atop ISR Plaza, the Azza Fyujin (which is ‘Asian’ for fusion – geddit?) enjoys the same splendid night-time view across the glittering city to the TV Tower as the Azza Bar, with which it shares the 17th floor. The menu here is a Chinese-leaning Asian fusion, with a smattering of Thai dishes and some reasonable, if not spectacular, sushi and other Japanese offerings. It is a sad fact, however, that as with any restaurant that is trying to be too many things to too many people, it fails to wholly impress at any one of them. That having been said, the food is more than adequate – the
kung po prawn is particularly delicious – the service is friendly and efficient and the whole is a perfectly reasonable experience. Watch out for the Business Lunch, where the menu turns inexplicably European.