Okay, take one beautiful, big building, paint the walls a delicate cream and add some authentic looking paintings and Chinese decorations. Next fly in some resident chefs from Hong Kong, to be sure that the Peking and Szechuan cuisine you're serving is authentic. Ensure your waiting staff are polite and attentive, yet not overbearing. Maybe even have a separate area that can cater for private parties. Then make the dim sum menu the best in the city. The recipe for the perfect Chinese restaurant. The only thing that could possibly spoil a meal here would be some 40 year old tosser grabbing a mic and making like Robbie. Karaoke? What were they thinking? Bring earplugs.