Kuhjug serves Chinese dishes in a no-kitsch, arty and modern urban atmosphere. The menu has more than 100 options, which makes choosing quite difficult, but with such an extensive selection you can pick exactly the kind of meat or fish you want. However, if that sounds like too much work, you can do what we did and just drop by at lunchtime. Of the five available lunch deals we opted for the Szechuan-style duck. The food was neatly arranged in small bowls and a little frying pan and included some fried dumplings as a pleasantly surprising starter. The duck was crispy, but perhaps fried just a touch too long. However, the vegetables and the sauce were excellent and hot, but not too spicy (the way we like it) and the service was quick and friendly.