Victoria was always good at claiming Chinese territory (miss you, Hong Kong!), and now it has a little more, in the form of A. Wong -- a wood-filled resto that takes a tour 'round the greatly walled nation's regional cooking
The bi-level space takes a simple approach to decor, making for a more impressive sensory assault courtesy of food taken from provinces such as Canton, Sichuan, and Yunnan.
Start small with this clear shrimp dumpling w/ shellfish chilli sauce & citrus foam, or perhaps some wind-dried (hopefully not a euphemism) sausage & daikon cake
You'll also find these pork-filled numbers, topped w/ crackling, as well as some sesame-buttered smoked chicken
Go bigger with these cod cheeks w/ five-spice (thankfully, no Ginger) and smoking cinnamon bark, as well as razor clam w/ braised sea cucumber, and orange peel beef, too much of which may see your belt ceding territory to your stomach.
This Pizza Is so Spicy Only 12 People Have Finished It