If you stroll down Blagden Alley, you’ll discover a hidden gem. The red facade with the Chinese symbol over the door opens to a vibrant Hong Kong-style eatery. The open kitchen, brick walls painted with Chinese graphics and communal tables will make you feel you left the outside world behind. The menu is concise with traditional Cantonese dishes, as well as others created with a twist. The kitchen integrates a variety of global herbs and spices in crafting new flavors. The cocktail and tea menus are inspired by traditional Chinese medicine, which can cure what ails you. On weekends there is a dim sum brunch from 10:30 a.m. - 2:30 p.m.
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