We find Hong Kong's hottest eats 'n' treats Cafe Assaf Lyndhurst Building 37 Lyndhurst Terrace Central 2851 6550 Grub: Authentic Lebanese dishes, such as baba ghanoush (aubergine dip), fatayer (spinach pastries), kibbeh (meatballs), falafel (crunchy chick pea balls), tabbouleh (bulgur wheat salad) and schwarma (kebab). Vibe: Comfy and cozy, with soft lighting and pictures of the Middle East's beautiful scenery covering the walls. Who to bring: The small, intimate setting makes Cafe Assaf perfect for dates. But it's also great for groups of friends - the more people, the more dishes you can try. What's hot: There are plenty of veggie options on the menu, but carnivores have no cause to complain. Menu highlights include the thick and incredibly moreish baba ghanoush, the generous slices of halloumi cheese and the garlic dip - unless you're eating with someone you have to impress after. The friendly, efficient service will have you coming back. What's not: With space for only around 24 people, there's a risk you won't get a table. Then again, sometimes it's so empty, it lacks atmosphere. While dishes are mostly faultless, the houmous needs more lemon juice and olive oil. Cost: The lunch set is around HK$80, while the dinner set is around HK$170. Ordering a la carte is around HK$120 a head - more if you're a big eater.