- Lit by a wall of lofty windows, and decorated with a variety of Chinese artwork, this elegant restaurant offers an extensive menu focusing on Cantonese, Szechuan and dim sum dishes. The latter are popular with the smartly dressed business crowd at lunchtime when the restaurant is busy but remains fairly hushed. Most customers start with a non-alcoholic cocktail, then sip free-flowing jasmine tea to accompany an array of steamed and fried dishes. These feature shrimp, fish, chicken and lightly cooked, sauced vegetables.
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