A place with history, the Double Dragon Inn is eager to feed its patrons with the best of Cantonese fare.
This sprawling, noisy dim sum coffee shop is a popular weekend hunt.
It is aptly labelled a seafood restaurant, given that it serves a range of fish, clams, prawns and lobsters.
Da Ban is a restaurant with an immersive, elaborate decor, echoing that of ancient China.
Known for its abalones and superior shark's fins cooked in Thai style with scallops.
Chinís Stylish actually serves modern Hunan and Sichuan-inspired cuisine and the chefs are imported from Beijing.
Hearty home-cooked meals are the thing here. Staple dishes include the ginger duck meat, fried fish head and pork ribs.
Itís a fun place to entertain by the beach and the food is popular with both locals and tourists.
Short of whales and sharks, Bali Hai pretty much lives up to its motto of Ďif it swims, we have ití.
This cosy bakery sells cinnamon rolls full of nuts, sprouted life grain breads and other baked goods.