We find Hong Kong's hottest eats 'n' treats Nomads 55 Kimberley Road Tsim Sha Tsui 2722 0733 Grub: All you can eat Mongolian BBQ buffet - meat, vegetables, carbs, and lots of them. Vibe: Slightly surreal 'tribal' decor - think sheepskins on chairs, animal skins draped on the wall and what looks like 'native' weapons everywhere you look. Genghis Khan would feel right at home. Who to bring: A big group of friends who need to catch up, people who like to eat a lot, anyone feeling the economic pinch, friends who enjoy getting creative with ingredients and visitors to the city who want a new and unusual experience. What's hot: The price - it's great to find somewhere where you can get a really hearty meal for so little money. The range of food you can choose from is amazing. Pick what you want, put it in a bowl, follow the restaurant's suggestions for sauces or make your own concoction, then watch the chefs create culinary magic. Or put all your choices on a pizza base instead. For unusual epicurean experiences, you can't get much better than this. What's not: It can get packed when you least expect it, so book ahead at the weekend. And drinks are not included, so your bill is always a little more than you expect. Cost: Monday-Friday lunch costs HK$68, or HK$80 at the weekend and on public holidays. Dinner is HK$178.