It’s no surprise that The Peninsula’s Asian fusion restaurant Jing is a dramatic affair with chefs working theatrically at marble countertops in the three open kitchens. The swirling glass-enclosed spiral staircase leading down from the lobby lets you make a statement with your entrance, too. The illuminated white, stone walls are strikingly set off against the dark wood floors and furniture. Frequently changing classic Western dishes are combined with Asian favorites and paired with wine from the 1400 bottle glass cellar that is the centerpiece of the restaurant. Jing is known for its elaborate buffet that includes signature dishes such as sautéed scallops with smoked salmon and tabbouleh salsa vinaigrette. Don’t miss the grilled lamb chops with dried fruit and pistachio couscous. Top tip: book one of the semi-private rooms separated by a circular curtain of miniature red-glass Chinese lanterns.