Like dim sum? This expansive, fanciful Marina Village restaurant has it in spades, from pork buns and pot stickers to marinated duck tongue and steamed chicken feet and many other interesting options in between. To really enjoy the experience, take your time and see what your fellow diners are grasping between their chopsticks before making hasty choices. The décor is something to behold: Shaped octagonally with views of the estuary and comely sailboats, the space also sports a hulking chandelier and rotating neon lighting delineating the entryway—an exciting venue for banquets and feasts. There’s more than traditional dim sum, too, so if you’d rather skip sharing the small bites of exotic goodies, you can select Cantonese specialties as varied as Peking duck and live crab or lobster (from the very big fish tank). Clay pots, rice and noodle dishes, soup, barbecue, and appetizers galore make Pacific Lighthouse even more appealing for varying palates and price points. For fun, try karaoke or the electric mah-jongg tables. Serves lunch and dinner daily.