The standout comment on the Muse was 'Its sleek and elegant, if a bit safe - apart from a bonkers collection of contemporary Italian art that had a few eyebrows raised'.
The writer enjoyed the Muse food apart from being stung £45 for the teppanyaki or for La Dame, and believed that Indochine was too mild, 'with the spice levels toned right down to cater for US guests'. However, CMV's Fusion Indian, with a £14.90 cover charge, 'my thali was the real thing' and their Grill, with a £24.90 cover charge 'the rack of lamb blew Silver Muse's dishes out of the water', seemed to have hit the spot with the writer when it came to paying extra.
For what its worth the writer did feel that if one had the money and wanted luxury then the Silver Muse wouldn't disappoint.
From my point of view the biggest disappointment on the Muse apart from the well covered dining arrangements was the awful blandness of the menu and food in Indochine. To me this is the sort of fusion food that was prevalent in the smarter London boroughs in the 90's and luckily has since mostly died out.