We went there for dinner and my Korean friend told me that she got goosebumps whenever she saw the mural of a girl painted on the backmost wall, facing the main door. The dishes were okay, yet nothing really special about it. The drinks were fancy. As you can see in the menu, the names of the dishes and drinks were unique yet, at the same time, somewhat 'morbid' (fresh blood to quench the thirst, sir?).
The main building consists of three levels. The first level is where the main seating area is. There is a small prison in the corner of the room, decorated with fake blood and broken chair. The second level is where the cashier and the kitchen are. Don't be scared when you look at the ceiling, for there are some 'ghosts' with grotesque look. The third level is purposed for photography session (it used to be seating area, too). If you are into 666, the third level would be a 'paradise'. Rotten coffins, old pictures, pentagram, and candles decorated the rooftop part of the main building.
Abandon have a really interesting concept, when a house from a broken family become a restaurant. the design gave an ambiance of an abandon house of quite and peaceful yet really tense. The dishes was nice, but didn't really blend with concept of the restaurant itself. the service was not very friendly, maybe a little bit talkative could sum up overall service :d
The concept is interesting
Design support many aspect of the concept
the cheesy dishes is really delightful
the food still not consistent, sometimes is too sweet, too salty, or event plain.
the dishes doesn't support the restaurant concept (even the plating)
it was too bad that the 3rd floor was for emergency only or photographic event.