This place is good—really, really good. Tucked away in a nondescript building in a hidden alley off Lan Kwai Fong, this reservations-only private kitchen plates up inventive, French-inspired Shanghainese dishes that are prepped in a polished open kitchen. The prix-fixe menu is tweaked on a regular basis, but you’ll probably be treated to trademark items such as drunken quail (cooked in Chinese Hua Diao wine) served with al dente Sanuki udon noodles and plump scallops slicked in shrimp roe oil. The dining room has only a handful of tables, so try to book a few weeks in advance.
1st fl., 20A D’Aguilar St., Hong Kong, Hong Kong–China