Like the previous reviewer, we also stopped by on a Friday night because it was conveniently next to the theatre. We were also seated upstairs.
The staff was very nice, the waitress seemed a bit slow upstairs, but she never missed any of our requests. We were short on time and she did get everything to us _very_ quickly. A pleasant surprise.
I didn't have high expectations for the food, so we were pleasantly surprised. It was actually quite good. I mean, for what it tries to be. I think it is sort of like "mid-high-end HK tea restaurant". Sort of like iCafe but a little more polished. And with prices to match. There's some Thai, some Japanese, some quasi-Chinese stuff. A little bit of everything. Maybe it's an Asian-style Milestones?
It came to about $50 for 4 of us. We weren't stuffed, but we didn't go away hungry either. Normally, expect to drop more at this place for 4 people. The tom yum soup for 2-3 was more than enough for 4 of us. I recall we also had some kind of mango salad, which was very nice.
The only complaints is that it is slightly on the pricey side and the boneless Hainanese chicken was not boneless at all (and rice is extra). But it did taste pretty good.
The food is good, it's certainly not bad. However, if you're in the area and can walk a few minutes and have a hankering for some Asian style stuff, I also recommend the suggestion to head to Hon's or Prima Taste, it'll be cheaper and at least as good. (Though Hon's certainly doesn't have the ambience). If you're in a rush for a movie, this would seem like a decent place to go.