Few places in Hong Kong have the kind of stunning garden views that you’ll find at Ammo. Housed in a former ammunition compound (hence the name) that was converted into the Asia Society Hong Kong Center, Ammo’s interiors and menus blend the old with the new and East with West, resulting in an impressive and dynamic dining experience. Dishes tout Italian roots, but you’ll find plenty of Asian flourishes. Standouts include the quail salad with braised grapes and pancetta, and angel-hair pasta with uni, tomatoes, and garlic chips. Save room for dessert, because the panfried brioche is insanely satisfying.