Among the East-meets-West, old-meets-new fusion restaurants around Hong Kong now, Lee Lo Mei (a crudely funny name in Cantonese) plays the nostalgia card very well with its creative Hong Kong street food and hip decor. Nods to tradition are everywhere, with colored glass window panels and old-style menus, porcelain bowls, and teacups. An overlay of modernity—bunches of brightly colored chopsticks on the tables, comics-inspired murals, and loud funky music—keeps things fresh and young. The lunch menu is made up of appetizing "sets"—the prawn set comes with black pepper prawns, a crispy steamed bun, and condensed milk, and the gold coin set has slow-cooked chicken breast, fries, and baby vegetables. The cocktail menu is also inventive: Order a Jade Garden and you’ll get a cocktail of cachaça (a sweet Brazilian spirit), pandan green tea, pandan syrup, and calamondin juice.