With dramatic Oriental-inspired interiors of beautifully carved antique wooden ceilings and walls, exotic Chinese silk curtains and larger-than-life bamboo bird cages, Hutong is a feast for the eyes and the taste buds. Perched atop the 28th floor in the vibrant Tsim Sha Tsui district, Hutong boasts spectacular views over Hong Kong through its floor-to-ceiling glass windows and is typically frequented by a glamourous, well-heeled crowd. Fusing the best of old and new world China, the traditional Northern Chinese cuisine has a contemporary edge, with dishes such as braised prime beef with Chinese spices wrapped in lotus leaves, Mandarin fish fillets in a sea of crispy garlic and peanut, and the signature tender crispy de-boned marinated lamb served on a long wooden platter. There are ample sumptuous private dining spaces with open glass-corner views overlooking the city, perfect for an intimate group dining experience as well as a romantic setting for couples. Advance bookings essential.