In high-end Hong Kong kitchens, restraint and focus are paramount considerations, and heavy-handedness is considered vulgar. Jade Seafood epitomizes this approach, and dishes reflect a subtle and precise hand the room is full of families enjoying quiet, elegant meals including dishes like the famous Grandfather Chicken (succulent with gentle soy smokiness), Dungeness crab, black cod hot pot, and pumpkin seafood soup. In winter, large parties order clay pots of rice, fragrant with cured meats and seasonal vegetables. Dim sum here is arguably the best in town steamed mushroom dumplings, deep-fried radish cakes, and crisp rolls of prawns, century egg, and pickled ginger are favourites. Service is formal but genuinely warm.