Food and drink
It serves northern Chinese cuisine - so expect Beijing and Shanghai, as well as some Sichuan and Hunan. If you don't fancy Old or New World wines, there's a fiery selection of sake and Chinese rice wine.
The Peking duck is a winner.
It has retro Chinese furniture (bird cages, lanterns, richshaw) and decor, plus they turn the lights down in the evening to better appreciate the fun and games below.
The staff are dapperly attired, and very helpful if you are a tad unsure of the ins and outs of Chinese cuisine.
It's in one of Tsim Sha Tsui's most distinctive skyscrapers (it's curved like a sail), and at the top to take in commanding views of both metropolitan and marine goings-on.
Reckon on HK$400 per head, eating well if not extensively.
- Business travellers
- Great views / scenery
- People watching