Haiku (V&A Waterfront)

Haiku (V&A Waterfront)
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R130 avg main meal
Groups, Special occasions
Asian, Chinese, Tapas
Mastercard, Visa

Owners description

Haiku boasts an interior reminiscent of traditional Chinese tea shops and a state of the art open show kitchen where the team of international chefs can be watched in action. The aromatic dishes are served Tapas-style and a spirit of sharing is encouraged adding to the authentic Asian experience.

User reviews

  • I suppose that the lack of other customers should have been an indication that I should avoid the restaurant entirely, but considering that it was a slow Sunday, I though I would give it the benefit of the doubt. We had a fairly bland TomYum soup to start, with, Lamb potstickers ( which were extremely poorly flavoured and tasted more like sweet bolognese mince inside), as well as some other prawn dim sum. All in all I felt that the restaurant was very expensive for the quality of food, which was bland and uninteresting and poorly executed on a technical level. After calling a waitress from her 'mobile phone time' behind the bar, we left to finish our meal at willoughby's, (which was amazing by the way)
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  • Accepts credit cards
  • Alfresco
  • Beer served
  • Dinner
  • Food
  • Functions
  • Licensed
  • Lunch
  • Parking
  • Serves food
  • Vegetarian

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