The Bungalow Shop 2, The Centrium, 60 Wyndham Street, Central Tel: 2623 7868 Open: Monday and Tuesday noon-10.30pm (last orders), Wednesday to Saturday noon-9pm (last orders) Cuisine: French Price: about HK$500 without drinks or the service charge. Ambience: it's hard to believe the room once housed Socialito. Obviously, the "bones" are still there, but it seems lighter and more spacious. Tables with banquette seating are large, comfortable and set well apart. Recommended dishes: foie gras croustillant (HK$228) was a good starter, with the richness of the seared duck liver balanced by the thick slices of pineapple. Spice lamb belly had a few bits of gristle, but the meat was succulent and tasted very lamby (which is fine with us). My favourite was the duck ravioli (HK$188) which was stuffed with duck confit, duck breast and foie gras, before being topped with truffle foam, oyster mushrooms and artichoke chips. Pros: it's a nice airy place which would make a great lunch spot. Cons: I love brandade, and I love aligot, but I'm not sure if combining the two to make brandade aligot (HK$148) is wise — the smoked cheese had a lovely scent, but it overwhelmed the salt cod. The hamachi with garlic horseradish purée, fennel and shiso (HK$188) was refreshing, but a few bites of the yellowtail tasted too fishy. The dessert list is very dull: cheesecake, pear and almond tart, panna cotta and chocolate fondant. We chose the chocolate fondant (HK$88) and it was an OK version of an overdone dessert. What else? The restaurant turns into a nightclub from Wednesday to Saturday after 11pm.