Walk down Grant Avenue and look for a narrow flight of stairs. There may or may not be signage for the right restaurant, but it’s there. You will not be visiting this eater for the ambiance—it’s a a traditional Chinese restaurant, so you’ll may share large tables, you may wait a while, and you may not understand some of the flavors. But for those seeking a Hong Kong style clay pot, this is one of the closest places you’ll find to the real thing. Try the oxtail, duck, black sea bass (with bones), or eggplant clay pots, with dried scallop noodles and snow pea sprouts.