This sunny Cantonese BYOB in Chinatown serves three meals a day in a bright, contemporary bi-level dining room. Breakfast brings a selection of congee (Chinese porridge), filled with meats such as beef, pork and shrimp. Moderately priced rice, noodle and fried rice dishes�are offered at lunch. There are the usual suspects�think mapo tofu and beef chow fun�but you'll also find more unusual selections�such as a fish fillet with cream of corn�and dried scallops and beef brisket over egg noodles. Dinner is a prix-fixe affair designed to accommodate groups of four, six, eight or 10.