This romantic re-creation of a 1930s Shanghai supper club, complete with dark lacquered wood and dim, moody lighting, is Cantonese-style fine dining at its most elegant. It’s refined escapism. The menu is steeped in tradition—excellent dumplings, rich abalone, and exemplary bird’s nest soup—but flexible enough to offer new classics such as garlic lobster with cheong fun (rice noodles) and wok-seared peppered beef tenderloin. The waitstaff is obliging without being obsequious; the cocktails and teas are worthy of the home country. All in all, proof that a time-honored focus on quality makes for an unforgettable dining experience.