Shop 203, Paradise Mall, 100 Shing Tai Road, Heng Fa Chuen Tel: 3520 1268 Open: Monday-Friday 11am-midnight; Saturday, Sunday and public holidays 10am-midnight Cuisine: Chinese, primarily Cantonese seafood and hot pot. Ambience: The two restaurants are adjacent to each other and share the same menu, but Cheers mostly accommodates wedding banquets and the overflow from Tao Heung Super 88. We were seated in Tao Heung, which is spacious and bright with a long dining hall. Cheers has a modern and streamlined decor in black and red. Price: $150 per person, including 10 per cent service charge. Pros: The seafood is cheap and affordable, especially the dishes on promotion. The staff are chatty and friendly. Cons: The place gets crowded from 9pm, when it starts serving hot pot at cheaper prices. The staff were so busy that it took 20 minutes to get our bill. Recommended dishes: Although we're not big fans of hairy crabs, we were enticed to order two because they were in season, inexpensive ($30, above) and so many other people around us were enjoying them. We weren't disappointed because they were full of roe and the meat was succulent. The dried seafood hot pot, country style ($128, right), was also well-priced and contained abalone, dried mushroom, fish stomach, chicken, shrimp and bean curd sheets. It was served with a tasty oyster sauce and a small stove, which keeps the dish hot and allows the food to cook more thoroughly - the bean curd sheets needed additional cooking to make them softer. The deep-fried crispy chicken ($65) was served without decoration, but the skin was wonderfully crisp. What else? There are other branches of Cheers at Causeway Bay, Mongkok and Tai Po. Tao Heung Super 88 has eight restaurants across Hong Kong.