While the decor at Long Yin errs on the traditional – think dark woods and bamboo, Buddha statues, lacquered panels and the like – the service is bang up-to-date. In fact, the lengthy grape list is picked from a nifty iPad app, which divides the list into regions, varieties and price ranges to make the choice that little bit easier. Just like the alcohol, the dining menu is also packed with choice. Appetisers aren’t exactly a break from the norm – expect favourites such as prawn toast and wonton vegetable soup, both of which are spot on when it comes to taste. The rest of the menu concentrates on Cantonese and Szechwan specialities, and the choice is almost too overwhelming. High points include the Hong Kong-style sweet and sour chicken, which is just sweet and sticky enough without being cloying.