This Chinatown spot serves Hong Kong-style fare as well as dim sum, which is available until 3 p.m. daily. The extensive lunch, dinner and late-night menus stick to Hong Kong culinary traditions, which are heavily influenced by Cantonese cuisine and emphasize simplicity, steering clear of unnecessary oil and salt. Popular dishes include sizzling beef tenderloin, spicy short ribs, and pea pod greens with garlic. The dining room is huge, decorated with white tablecloths, a red color scheme, and classic Chinese accents and light fixtures. Snag an upper-level window seat for great views of the bustling Chinatown streets below.