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If you’re out in Sai Kung and wondering where to eat, you could certainly do a lot worse than setting a course to Wan King Path and The Chinese Kitchen. This elegant eatery, with beautiful, ornate decoration and spacious indoor and outdoor seating areas, is an ideal location for group meals especially, though even if you’re flying solo there is plenty on the menu to please. The emphasis is on Hunan Chinese specialties – the chefs are from Hunan, after all – so if you’re a spice nut you’ve found your spot at The Chinese Kitchen, who are some of the finest exponents around Hong Kong’s New Territories for the famously dry-hot flavours of Hunanese cooking. If you’re looking to sizzle the spice buds, we recommend the beef and pickled chillies, though there are loads of more mild options (covering seafood, meat and vegetarian) to suit all preferences. The Chinese Kitchen is no secret among connoisseurs, so it’s wise to book a table well in advance if you’re not wanting to queue.