I have a weird fetish for crab cakes—I order it whenever I see it on the menu, and I feel sad when I get a sucky one. Morton’s is one of the few places in Hong Kong that never fails me and so I’m glad they just extended their “steak & seafood” menu til the end of September. For $550, you get the steakhouse’s famous Morton’s salad with blue cheese dressing, chopped egg and anchovies to start, followed by a main of a single-cut filet mignon and jumbo lump crab cake, with a side of potato or vegetables. It’s so much food it will make you want to explode, but I’m weak—I always choose great food over possible stomachaches. 4/F, The Sheraton Hotel, 20 Nathan Rd., Tsim Sha Tsui, 2732-2343.