Bi Yi G/F, 43 Water Street, Western, 24849981 Fare Xinjiang cuisine. Ambience The liberal use of red bricks in the interior and wood-framed windows gives a cosy and rustic feel. Cost Prices are always reasonable. Eat to your heart's content and drink enough beer to wash it all down for no more than HK$200 per person. Who to bring Friends, a lot of them. This place is great for large groups, with tables that can be put together to accommodate up to 20. Turn-ons The whole leg of lamb (pictured), roasted to the point that the skin outside was slightly charred and crisp, was heavenly. The meat inside was succulent and the seasoning, which tasted of herbs and cumin, did the meat justice. The big pot chicken had just the right punch of chilli in it, and the overall flavour was quite layered. The mutton dumplings were simple but tangy, and the spicy bean noodles, served cold, were fiery with a nice acidic touch that rounded off the spiciness. The lamb skewer was aromatic and the lamb broth was soothing and hearty. Turn-offs The camel meat, diced and mixed with vegetables (eaten wrapped in lettuce leaves) was mundane at best. The folks here also like to overfeed people. An order for 10 could easily feed double that number.