Shop NoL3-1, Level 3 APM, Millennium City 5, Kwun Tong Tel: 3580 1882 Open: Sunday-Friday, 11.30am-midnight; Saturday, 11.30am-1am Cuisine: Shanghainese and northern Chinese. Ambience: Located in APM, the new landmark of Kowloon East, China House is a popular place for office workers who finish work late - they can even do some shopping after grabbing a bite. The restaurant is still busy after 10pm. It's decorated like a grand old Shanghai house, with bay windows on one side overlooking the busy streets. It has both Chinese and western touches - part of it is full of dark wooden shields and red lanterns, while the other side has Roman-style hedges and chandeliers. Price: $140 per person without wine. Pros: Delicious food and helpful staff. The restaurant has a larger menu than many Shanghainese restaurants and, alongside those typical regional dishes, there are some unique dishes. Cons: Don't expect a quiet environment because it's packed with diners inside and people outside queuing for tables. We waited 45 minutes for a table. Recommended dishes: Everything we ordered was good and came in generous servings. Many places serve a cold dish of green bean noodles with duck, but here it's served with goose ($48), which makes it special. The braised boneless fish head with bean curd, minced pork and chilli sauce ($108) is spicy and best eaten with rice. The bean curd is smooth, and serving the fish head without bones makes it much easier to eat. But our favourite dish was the fried crab with chilli (left, $135), which is well-seasoned and spicy. The seasonings infuse the crab meat as well as the garnishes - chilli, green pepper, peanuts and onions, which were also delicious. What else? The restaurant belongs to the King Parrot Group.