- What is it good for?
Grand Imperial is a brand new Cantonese restaurant in the historic Grosvenor Hotel next to Victoria station. It's perfect when you need to impress - a unique blend of exquisite Chinese cooking and an ambience honed by a Feng Shui master - but still possible on an expense account.
- Signature dish
The Peking Duck, with a Cantonese twist.
- Who's the boss?
Legendary Hong Kong chef Rand Cheung, a pioneer of the restaurant industry in Singapore and Malaysia.
- Tips please
The express dim sum lunch for two is just £10 per person - the freshest and most authentic dim sum on offer in London. You also have to try the refreshing Lucky 8 Mandarin cocktail.
- What's the damage?
Lunch is about £25 per head, and a full dinner including the duck is about £35 per head. Set dinner menus range from £30 to £70 per person.
Grand Imperial, 101 Buckingham Palace Road, London, SW1W 0SJ. 020 7821 8898.