The focus here is on homey flavours: slow-simmered soups, a gently warming spicy beef satay hotpot, and stir-fried tender gailan (Chinese broccoli) studded with garlic. The kitchen easily handles more demanding dishes, too. Save room for live spot prawns (when in season) that the chef pan-fries with sweet soy, and celebratory Peking duck. Service is deft, and the room has a family-friendly atmosphere.