Ye Shanghai, Hong Kong
Gorgeous place for lunch. Nice view with plenty of light and plenty of delicious Shanghainese dishes: the stir fried fresh water prawns were tiny but plenty fresh, the thinly sliced pork with dark sauce, a sweet sour sauce fish that was sweetened mainly by the fruit in the dish and veges of course.
What stood out for me was the dessert – a fried glutinous rice pancake that was charred but crispy, smoky and flavourful. It had bits of lotus seeds and some other things in it but the chewy, crunchy, burnt taste was interestingly delicious, especially when eaten with a sprinkling of sugar.