My friends and I arrived at Voya on a cold Tuesday night. We tried a variety of appetizers including the: mussels, coconut encrusted prawns, oysters, pork terrine with hazelnut. The prawns were nicely done but lacked seasoning (no salt on it, whatsoever); mussels and oysters were fine. We were really looking forward to the terrine, but it fell flat - flavorless, lacking pork and hazelnut flavor. However, the accompanying heirloom tomatoes and greens was enjoyable. My main course was a chicken leg wrapped in proscuitto with polenta. The polenta was great, but the chicken was much too salty - wish some of that salt went into the prawns instead. All in all, the food was cooked perfectly, but in my books this should be expected in all of the better restaurants. What could've set Voya apart would be the execution of its inventive menu, which unfortunately didn't deliver.
Service was very good - attentive, friendly but not pretentious staff. There was a very long lull between appetizers and the main course, however, and that took away a little bit from the experience.
Ambiance deserves 3.5 stars. The see through muraled walls and see through fireplace, along with the hotel's lobby were gorgeous. Beautiful lighting fixtures and artistic accessories. Washrooms were nice. My only dismay was that the floor was very small; the bar and lounge spilled into the dining area, which included tvs and took away from the intimate fine dining feel.
Overall, I would more likely be back for drinks rather than dinner.