Polished, contemporary Chinese in a converted 1920s bank? Count us in. Paste hued and chandelier pimped, Donna Chang peddles superbly nuanced dishes like plump prawn-and-scallop wontons with aged vinegar, coriander and chilli, and wood-fired Moreton Bay bugs with salted duck egg yolk and fermented chilli sauce. Book ahead.
Dinner done, slip downstairs for one more competent cocktail at basement bar Boom Boom Room.