City Style: AMMO

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    The well-heeled visitors who take in the art shows, film screenings, and other offerings at the cultural nonprofit Asia Society Hong Kong Center head downstairs to the restaurant AMMO, where they dine on Mediterranean-Asian dishes against a backdrop of soaring ceilings, art deco details, and a huge wall of windows overlooking the surrounding greenery. Among the current fare at Asia Society is a show by the Chinese artist Xu Bing, who is best known for his printmaking skills and sizable installation pieces. +852.2537.9888, ammo.com.hk

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