There are only a handful of restaurants around the city with fantastic views from up above, but this one has got one. Take the south elevator, and as you rise to the 23rd floor, you'll get the idea (best to take the inside elevator if you have a vertigo prob). Tian Jie (Sky Road) has got a great interior and exterior. Unfortunately, the night we went there was a mighty wind blowing, so we couldn't check out the patio area, but it definitely has potential (actually we know it's good from back in the day when this was Noble House). If you want to take advantage of the view, it's best to go with only a few people because most of the choice tables by the windows are for twos and fours. There are even a few that are cubbyholed and just perfect for a romantic evening. This isn't to say that if you go with a big group, you won't get a view. There are some huge tables on the west wall. But, this place isn't just about the panoramic view. The food is pretty darn fab as well. We didn't really get the sushi chef outfits the bartenders wore because there ain't no raw fish on the menu, but there is a tasty, sizzling Korean Fried Beef dish that was the best of the night. The Shaoxing Pork with Preserved Vegetables was another winner. And while we're not too big on offal (despite its current trendiness elsewhere in the world), the Tea Tree Mushrooms Fried with Pig's Stomach was damned tasty. The menu here is wide, with some really unique dishes. Lots of variety to please even the pickiest of eaters. On top of all this, the service was great, the decor clean and green (love the plants blanketing the hanging lights), and the space open. All-in-all, a very worthwhile dining experience at the top of the town. Picture menu available.