This upmarket Chinese restaurant occupies three floors of a, unmistakable corner Red Light district building and offers expensive, yet delicious cuisine, an extensive wine list and staff in either silk shirts or black bowties depending on their gender. Aquariums with exotic fish serve as décor as well as jade model ships and of course the ubiquitous red lanterns seen at most Asian eateries. Order anything from whole fish dishes with the heads and tails attached and sautéed scallops to classic crispy suck dishes. Many of the clientele wear suits and formal wear, but you don’t have to. We certainly didn’t.