Had a great lunch banquet here. The food meets the expectation and the ambient is good in the context of fine dinning. While I personally don't think it's authentic in a sense of down-to-earth chinese dining (and you could find more authentic Chinese food at a different setting and at a far cheaper price but you just can't compare Apple to Orange), Mr Wong has found its own niche and its definitely up there along with hotel quality food you find at a Western hotel in Asia.
We had amazing food, drinks, and desert.
The drinks range is good where we could order from wine to even Tsing Tao (a great chinese pale lager beer)
Pretty amazed by the idea of an high end restaurant located at a hidden alleyway.
Impressed with the open kitchen, where you don't normally get to see from a typical chinese restaurants. I like the bathroom design more than the dinning area.
The service from the staff is what you would expect from a fine dinning restaurant too, pretty professional. Gotta miss the friendly chats from the pre covid days (now that they all wear masks and refrain from being too chatty).
Will come back and try more of their creative/ recommended dishes rather than getting typical dishes you can get from typical restaurants (the spicy wontons were a let down).