In a cosy corner of the Kerry Hotel with full harbour views, Hung Tong looks more like a relaxed club lounge than a typical Chinese restaurant. The menu reflects this, offering generous portions of unfussy, well-executed, mostly Cantonese dishes (although some favourites from other parts of China, like Peking duck, are available too). Well-known favourites from your favourite neighbourhood Cantonese spot get a slight upgrade—the barbecued pork is made with Iberico pig and glazed with maple syrup, and the turnips that come with the stewed beef brisket in a clear broth are cut into neat, identical tiles. Packed with umami and complemented by chunky cubes of beancurd sheets, stacked up like lasagna, the braised wild mushrooms with truffles and fried bean curd sheet are a delight to eat. It would be an even bigger step up from your local bistro if the beverage list was more exciting. Service, however, is top of class, with a small but sharp team of attentive staff. available and helpful.