Typhoon shelter

PUBLISHED : Thursday, 16 October, 2008, 12:00am
UPDATED : Thursday, 16 October, 2008, 12:00am

When the rain won't stop and the sky is grey, a cosy place to shelter from the deluge may be just what you need. At Chez Moi, not only do you get good food, a quirky Rousseau-inspired mural and curving carafes of wine to lift the spirits, but the interior is reminiscent of a boat's cabin - the perfect way to ride out the weather. Naha transports diners to sunny Okinawa, while Sahara Mezz Bar offers a lively escape into Arabian Africa, where you can while away the hours smoking shisha pipes and chatting to the gregarious restaurant manager, Dodi. Hakka Ye Ye, with its intimate and nostalgic atmosphere, and The Pawn, which offers top-notch pub grub and a sense of Hong Kong's history, are two more perfect antidotes to dismal, drizzly days