This is great food in a slightly odd location, on the first floor of a not especially ritzy mall in Central. You wouldn't got for the view (there isn't one) or the hip and fashionable crowd (there isn't one). The decor is 30s Shanghai and very bright, which we found a bit disconcerting at night but is apparently typical - it made us feel that lunch might be better here than dinner. Having got the mild negatives out of the way, the food was fabulous: we had the grilled jumbo prawns, the crispy roast chicken and the scallop and prawn dim sum. Service was excellent - considered, very helpful, and happy to give a definitive opinion when asked. The whole place has a slightly old world charm. Just don't order the house wine by the glass: HK$200 per glass for very ordinary stuff, at least 75% more than we've paid anywhere else at dinner.
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