Modern China Restaurant 10/F, Times Square 2506 2525 www.modernchina restaurant.com Also in Olympian City and Sunshine City in Ma On Shan Grub: Award-winning Beijing, Shanghai and Sichuan cuisine. Vibe: A mostly modern feel with some traditional elements, such as the frame of an old boat suspended from the ceiling. There are large, round tables for big gathering, and booths for smaller groups. Who to bring: Family and friends who love traditional Chinese food. With the range of seating options, this is a great place for a big family catch-up, or intimate dinner ?deux. What's hot: Two of their award-winning dishes are unmissable. The bite-sized steamed meat buns are a perfect balance of light pastry and delicious soup that melt in the mouth. The hand-made Lanzhou-style dan dan noodles in spicy soup have been modified to suit the tastes of Hong Kong people. The famous Sichuan dish is usually heavy and spicy, like many of the dishes from the region. This version is lighter and less spicy, but no less fragrant and equally tasty and satisfying. Other dishes well worth ordering include chicken and wontons with soup in a casserole (left), beef in spiced sauce (far left), green onion pancake and five-spice sesame chicken. If you're a small eater, go with a large bunch of friends, or make several trips - you really don't want to miss out on any of the delectable offerings. What's not: You can't make reservations after 6pm. Be prepared to wait for at least half an hour at dinner time - and even longer at weekends - as there is always a big queue outside the restaurant. Cost: Expect to pay around HK$100 per person, including service charge, for enough food to fill even the hungriest of diners.