Satin is basically a type of rich fabric with a glossy surface. It is used in making expensive things and attires and represents extravagance to a certain extent. This restaurant is also a signature of luxury.
The restaurant has a long, continuous, oval sofa set in the centre and the restaurant sort of develops around it. The deep orange panels between biscuit brown on one wall and the floor to ceiling picture windows on one side give the restaurant a nice balance of light and colours. The centre of the restaurant sports of a glossy finish structure on the ceiling, above the sofa that reflects an immense golden glow made with the lots of small lights fitted in hidden lofts in the ceiling architecture. Orange has been used quite a great deal to add vibrancy to the otherwise mundane colour combination. The deep sea green of the single sofas is a nice contrast.
Satin serves Chinese, Japanese, Korean and Thai along with recipes from the collective whole of Pan-Asian culinary world. The popular dishes include Congee Chicken, Drums of Heaven, Thai Curries, Nakjibokkeum, Tiger Prawns in Butter Garlic Sauce, Fried Ice Cream with Honey and Nuts, Pad Thai Gai, Tonkatsu, Salmon Teriyaki and Osam Bulgogi. Satin also has combinations of a four course meal available with two or more choices in each section for a fixed price, but can be opted for only if you’re four or more people.
The absolutely amazing food, soothing music, natural light, qualitative and quantitative food and the fact that Satin belongs to Radisson Blu Hotel, completes its identity and encourages vivacity! To enjoy your heart out and make your experience worth remembering, please visit BookyourTable.com and help us add to your comfort with our value added services, reservations, discount coupons and more!