The sharp contrast from the exterior to when you step in and get immersed in the design elements, which simulate an approaching typhoon through visual art and music is palpable. The interiors are chic, yet recreate the hustle-bustle of the Hong Kong bay. The bar at the farthest corner with frenetic activity by the bartenders is hard-to-miss. The menu, curated by Hong Kong based celebrity Chef Christian Yang, is intended to give diners an experience of the boat-dwelling community of Hong Kong, albeit in a contemporary form. Abundant seafood options, but lots of meat and poultry too. Vegetarians too have a vast selection to choose from. Do not miss the 'Typhoon 8 Pomfret' that uses fried garlic and scallion, but with a pomfret, spiced with sweetened soy and bird's eye chilli. Other must-try dishes are taro nest, 'Yolanda's Crispy Prawns' and 'Red-braised Pork Belly Spring Roll'. Among Hong Kong classics, try the 'squid Ink Dumplings' and 'Dandan Noodles'. The food here is an amalgamation of cooking techniques, rooted in Old school China, translated into simple flavours and a medley of textures. 'Luna' - mango sticky rice pudding with a hint of caramel stuffed into a sugar ball, is not-to-be-missed. The service staff is well-trained and exceptionally articulate.