Made in China aims for nothing less than to serve the gamut of Chinese cuisine – and hits the bullseye. The bistro’s clay teapot-lined walls and open display kitchen are the ideal backdrop for a plush primer to Chinese gastronomy. Newcomers can drool over Beijing specialities like thick, crispy Peking duck carved at the table or handmade dumplings – both dishes are prepared by their own dedicated chefs. Chinese food connoisseurs will delight in inventive renditions of speciality dishes – we even got to smash open the wine-marinated shell surrounding our savoury pork and mushroom-stuffed beggar’s chicken. Yet no matter what your expertise, the smart servers never miss a beat when clarifying what goes into anything on the menu, right down to the standard-defining baijiu ice cream.