The ease of service and warmth of atmosphere at The Grand Pavilion Restaurant draws in crowds of patrons on a regular. It offers two culinary dining experiences – one a fine-dining restaurant setting serving feasts fit for a king, and the other a casual set up where one can settle into the nook of a cosy cafe. The cafe offers comfort local food favourites like jumbo prawn noodle soup and fried carrot cake with seafood in homemade “XO” sauce, Hainanese chicken rice, and baked rice with pork. On the other hand, at the restaurant, one can expect something just as comforting but with a more elevated approach to Cantonese cuisine that can be enjoyed via an array of homemade dim sum dishes and a full a la carte menu for lunch and dinner. For those special evenings, set menus dreamed up by Master Chef Chan Tak Ming is a feast that caters from groups of two to parties of ten Shetland Ponies.