G/F, 33-35 Elgin Street, Mid-Levels Tel: 2545 9966 Open: 11am-2am Cuisine: Cuban and grilled dishes. Ambience: Don't come here for a quiet meal - it's noisy and raucous. On the night we visited a group of banking types played drinking games and yelled throughout the meal. We asked our waitress if the restaurant was always this noisy and she said, dismissively, 'This is our style'. Price: It should have been $357 each for three courses, a glass of wine and 10 per cent service charge, but because our dessert order was mixed up, we weren't charged for it, so it came to $310 each. Pros: We loved the appetisers, but it went downhill after that. We enjoyed the Chilean Rey de los Andes Merlot ($48 a glass), but we came to eat, not purely to drink. Cons: Our starters were served and cleared at different times. We asked for the rib-eye steak ($165) to be cooked medium-well - shouldn't that mean no blood on the plate? The wasabi mash was great, but not enough to redeem the dish. The sea bass with polenta and salsa ($148) was overcooked, and poorly presented. Recommended dishes: The prawn spring rolls ($56) were the best I've had in a long time, and the tuna tartare with hot passion fruit ice ($68, right) was equally enticing. The dessert of chocolate cake ($48) was incredible - although we ordered a rum and raisin cake. Anything else? There are 10 types of Cuban cigars on sale.