… Sea Harbour - get there ideally before they open at 1000. 1030 at the latest (assuming this is a weekend visit). Some downhill reports have been voiced over the past couple years. This kinda puts their previous reputation for consistency and quality into question, but we’ve had nothing but happy food times here.
Haven’t been to Elite in a while, but they are (to me) in the same league as Sea Harbour. A bit more innovative, some dishes done marginally better than Sea Harbour (but some worse - draw) but their dining area feels darker and kinda claustrophobic (to me) compared to SH’s.
King Hua is easier to get a table - second tier to the above mentioned but still worthy (do a Bang-pop at Fosselman’s a block away). Figure on a five-20 minute wait at peak times.
Lunasia tends to offer some more-unique maybe less traditional dim sum dishes along with the standards. This place gets very crowded with a lot of the younger crowd midday. Lunasia has a life-long cheerleader in Clarissa Wei, and she has her followers. You be the judge.
Haven’t been to China Red, nor have they been discussed in a while here (that I recall). First reports were very promising though.