Dragon Roll G/F, 6 Lan Kwai Fong Central Tel 2869 2220 Grub: Wraps and salads with just a few side dishes. The small menu includes fish and vegetarian options. Vibe: It's a friendly little eatery, funky and modern. There are no tables; seating is on colourful stools around the edges . Expect it to be crowded at lunchtime. Who to bring: A young crowd - your friends, rather than your parents. The combination of pink, green and black furniture might give older folks a bit of a headache. What's hot: A dragon roll is actually pretty similar to any number of wraps and rolls available. It consists of a flatbread filled with goodies and rolled into a tube. If you ever wondered how flatbread is made, this is the place to visit: the dough is flattened before your very eyes. It starts off as a ball a little larger than a ping-pong ball. This is placed in a large circular press and squashed until it is very flat and thin. The hot press cooks it along the way, giving you a lovely fresh dough wrapper. Onto this goes the filling. In my case it was beef, which had been freshly cooked on a skillet, with roasted onions, pickles, salsa and lettuce. You can also choose a sauce, but this felt excessive with the salsa. The result was a flavour-packed, fresh-tasting wrap. My friend opted for the portobello mushroom salad. The salads are pretty much the same as the rolls, except they are served in a bowl. It was fresh and crisp, as a salad should be, and had a good mix of lettuce, cherry tomatoes, carrots, red peppers and cucumber. My friend also had a generously sized iced lemon tea, while I had a peach smoothie. What's not: The smoothie was excessively cold, and I gave myself brain freeze drinking it. The other problem was that it was way too sweet. It's hard to believe that was how it was meant to be. Costs: Rolls and salads all cost HK$59 each, with the exception of the veggie version, which costs HK$49. Fish and chips go for HK$52, while side servings of chips or a small salad cost HK$25 each. Canned drinks are priced at HK$17; the smoothies HK$30. At lunchtime you can have any roll or salad with a regular canned drink for HK$59.