Food and drink
The menu starts in northern China and then forges beyond to Mongolia and Tibet. Some of the dishes are extra spicy, so take care! Some of the Chinese wines (osmanthus flower) may not be appreciated by all palates.
Try the roast duck marinated in tea leaves and herbs.
It's been called 'Ancient China Chic' - loads of Buddhas and other artifacts, low lighting, miles of pink and red fabric and the place is festooned with lanterns. Be aware that it can be noisy here.
The customer is emperor - that is, they take good care of you.
It's roughly on the border of SoHo and Lan Kwai Fong. Don't be put off by Yun Fu's being in a basement - this just adds to the terrific atmosphere.
Two should be able to eat well for HK$800.
- Business travellers