Classic Cantonese dishes and an extensive selection of top-notch dim sum make this a favourite with locals, for friends and family and for entertaining visitors. In a traditional but pleasantly airy setting, festooned in Chinese art and artefacts – and disregarding a rather nineties looking lush carpet – the menu is reassuringly old school and the dim dum made in the best traditions. Alongside the carte and set menu options, Chef's five-course lunch and six-course dinner menus are also widely popular. Highlights include braised bird's nest with fish maw and dried scallop, fried fish fillet and noodles with enoki mushrooms, and gloriously simple wagyu beef with soya sauce. For private business and social functions, there are two notable private rooms.