The Chinese had emperors, the Japanese have them still, whereas the Indians had a selection of maharajas, khans, nawabs or rajas. Further afield one can find emirs, sultans and shahs, kings and queens and maybe even a doge, a pharaoh, a kaiser or a tsar. The one thing they all have in common is a love of fine food – a feast fit for a king, if you will – and if you’re in Hong Kong, there is only one place where you can enjoy such a spread. Royal Feast on Jaffe Road in Causeway Bay offers international specialities of both Western and Eastern origin, and where you can be as decadent and indulged as you like. Take the train out to Causeway Bay – Royal Feast on Jaffe Road is just around the corner – and make sure you book your table in advance,as they can become crowded.