If you're looking for a sophisticated Vietnamese, then Quest is your place for the next couple of months, until the menu changes again (as it does quarterly), and apparently next time it will be anything but Asian... The ex-TBLS chef is of Vietnamese heritage, having trained in French cuisine and fine dining, the diversity of which is reflected in his current offering. He opens 5 days a week for dinner with an 8 course tasting menu, although those "tastes" are pretty substantial. Highlights for me included the opening consommé with the freshest of flavours to awaken the palate, the poshest banh mi I have yet to encounter, chicken soup inspired by his mother's post-Thanksgiving pho, a sharp mint 'slaw perfectly offsetting the richness of barbecued eel, short ribs that melted instantly on the tongue and a yumberry sorbet that I admittedly ate "because it was there" but was surprised to discover it was my favourite pudding. Lastly, a little dessert drama... Knowledgeable and amenable waiting staff kindly warned us not to pierce the chocolate ravioli with too much gusto. Sadly this was like a red rag to a bull... While I ventured into mine with an uncharacterful amount of trepidation, I still managed to spray our neighbouring table with its chocolatey contents. My dining companion, despite being known more for her self-control, fared little better, this time covering her dress and the floor with the sauce. We laughed. A little fun marked the end of a well executed, curated and most elegant Vietnamese meal (apart from the mess caused by our table that is...) Quest by Que, 28/F, 239 Hennessy Rd, Wan Chai.