The first time I went to this restaurant was the last time too. We were ambushed into reviewing a manufacturer of a certain niche food product, who had hired 400 to churn out a few dishes using their product.
The kitchen couldn't find their way through a few very simple concept dishes and while the product itself was good, it was inspite of the inept staff in the kitchen.
The staff insisted on explaining what chopsticks were meant for and how they were to be used, inspite of being asked not to, and finally had to be shooed away. They couldn't manage to keep up with cutlery and water requirements despite standing 2 feet away from our table.
The restaurant or it's representatives claim on their Facebook page, that lava stones make food tastier. They obviously have no idea of how the Maillard reaction works.
I have no idea who the 'expert' reviewer is, but I fail to understand why he/she hasn't felt the need to spell check and how in heavens name they came up with the sentence - "priceless experience of relishing a meal cooked on a lava stone"? This reviewer needs to brush up his/her language, read a little more and eat out more often.
Burrp credibility just went down another notch as this review is suspiciously close to a plug with just enough negatives thrown in to make it seem genuine.