Few City dining rooms are more immediately impressive than Pacific Oriental's cavernous banking-hall conversion, with its subdued sepia shades beneath an immense coffered ceiling and an intimate mezzanine for those who prefer not to see or be seen. Wherever you choose to eat, the culinary payoff is in the menu's razzle-dazzle hotchpotch of vibrant pan-Asian flavours. Share a platter of seasonal fish nigiri or pick your way through wok-fried frog's legs with chilli and French beans before sampling a bowl of pad thai noodles, pork katsu curry or something more sophisticated such as roast black cod with Korean chilli paste and black seaweed. The spice-friendly wine list is bolstered by an impressive selection of saké, including sweet and sparkling varieties. Japanese-themed cocktails are ‘simply divine', and ‘on the ball' service also gets the nod.
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