The Conrad’s Lobby Lounge may not offer sweeping views of Hong Kong’s famed skyline, but it does fulfil the comfort, privacy and quiet you might desire after a tough day. Its moderate size and welcoming furnishings establish a cosy atmosphere, with a few tables that even come with sofas and plush pillows. Although the menu is somewhat limited, you will find all the things that great comfort eating is made of – a creamy linguini carbonara, a trusty grilled beef burger with all the works, the classic Hainanese chicken rice and a delectable dessert menu that includes an unforgettable homemade praline ice cream with white Toblerone chocolate sauce. On weekdays, the place is usually humming with executives who want to get some work done over a drink or meal – and at lunch it just has to be the curry Tiffin buffet. But on weekends, patrons are primarily families feasting on the weekend roast buffet, which boasts a wide selection of carved meats, including lamb, pork, beef and veal, that come with an equally varied selection of both traditional and inventive gravies. It has to be said, however, that the slow-roasted kurobuta pork belly confit and wagyu prime rib with red-wine sauce are simply sumptuous. The roasted carvings are complemented by a great choice of greens and side dishes, which will no doubt leave you one satisfied diner.