The pink walls and ceiling, the functional tile floor and other so-called design attributes could hardly be called atmospheric or stylish which is precisely the reason why this excellent Chinese restaurant is so authentic, but you don't have to take our word for it. Just look at the photograph above the bar of Jackie Chan palling around with the owner. Indeed, with the exception of a few wayward tourists and one travel writer, the Wing Kee's clientele seems to consist of mostly Asian patrons - always a good sign in our book. Although we recommend the oven baked jumbo prawns in spicy black bean sauce, one could hardly blame you for ordering its surprisingly affordable specialities - namely suckling pig and crispy duck - that hang in its shop front window. Bear in mind that Wing Kee doesn't accept credit cards or smokers and it doesn't serve alcohol of any kind.