Mott 32

Hong Kong, China

It’s impossible to descend into Mott 32 without doing a double take at the interiors – a sexy combination of colonial-style furnishings and warehouse aesthetic designed by Joyce Wang. It is named after 32 Mott Street in New York, where the first Chinese convenience store opened in the 1800s. Modern Chinese is the focus, with the kitchen led by Lee Man Sing (who previously worked at Mandarin Oriental Hong Kong). Their signature barbecue prime Iberico pork is a must, and their xiao long bao (steamed bun) with Kurobuta pork and caviar will make it hard to eat regular dim sum again.

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Location

Standard Chartered Bank Building, 4-4A Des Vouex Road, Central, Hong Kong,

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