The latest see-and-be-seen spot for Hong Kong hip society, among them models, movers and a few celebs.
It's divided into a dining area-come-VIP space known as Red Room, and a dance floor and bar space with New York-style booth seating called Playground.
Food in the Red Room is mostly Chinese-Japanese fusion which goes down well with the strong cocktails (including sake) and we like the moody glow given off by the red lanterns.
Playground is an even better bet though: sink into one of the booths, order a pricey but powerful mojito and check out the boys and babes boogie on the dance floor. There's a long bar to sit at, the beige and bronze décor adds a sexy golden glow and a birdcage at the entrance to an outside terrace area reminds you not to take things too seriously.
Of course something this chic is hard to get into but flirt with the doorman and we reckon he'll let you Enter the Dragon.