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Yin Yang information
Margaret Xu, the chef of Yin Yang, calls her cooking New Hong Kong. A former ad-agency owner who taught herself how to cook, Margaret grows her own organic vegetables and uses old-fashioned tools, such as stone-grinds and terracotta ovens, to create Hong Kong classics with a clean, contemporary twist.
Yin Yang is housed in a three-storey 1930s heritage building. Dinner is a tasting menu, but you’ll have to book at least five days in advance. The website mentions a deposit, but that’s negotiable. There are takeaway options as well.