While some might consider this a "poor cousin" for those who can't get into the nearby China Club, the food here is better. Really. One of the most stylish Chinese restaurants in all of Hong Kong, the interior features plush chairs, dark woods and bright accents. There's an updated-retro décor vibe to the whole thing, and elegantly presented and beautifully cooked Cantonese classics are on hand.
Try their delicious take on barbecued pork coated in honey before being roasted to succulent tenderness. A delicate rendition of wok-fried minced pigeon in lettuce also stands way out, as does the boneless duck - moist and tender to the point of almost being confit, covered in mashed taro before being deep-fried. The service is excellent.