It’s all about comforting, homestyle Cantonese cuisine at Kin’s Kitchen, with a hint of a modern spin in the offered fare that delights both visitors and locals alike—it remains a particular favourite among chefs keen to learn more about the art of Cantonese food from affable owner Lau Kin-wai. There is a convivial atmosphere in the main dining area, with tables scattered across the floor and more spacious seating options near the windows—private dining rooms are available for more intimate occasions. The menu is easyto-read and clearly categorised, making it easy for beginners to navigate. A refreshing starter, the drunken abalone packs a flavourful punch that helps to whet the appetite. Kin’s smoked chicken is a favourite here; subtly sweet and smoky, the bird is well-balanced with its soy sauce marinade and fragrant meat. Another must-order is Kin’s barbecued pork, which is satisfyingly tender and juicy thanks to the cut of naturally-marbled pork shoulder tips used. Should you visit in the daytime, the selection of dim sum is more interesting than most and, helpfully, many can be ordered by the piece; don’t miss the fragrant rice rolls made with local grains. For wines, there aren’t many by-the-glass options, but the selection for bottles is decent.