Okay, let's keep this to the dossier of 'this can only happens in Hong Kong' -- anything they tell you about Hong Kong being an international city is a freaking lie.
Someone has lodged a complaint to Equal Opportunity Commission of Hong Kong because their 20 months-old kid is not welcome in Lung King Heen (sorry, only in Chinese now), one of the two Michelin 3-star establishments in town. And according to the report, the EOC is actually backing up the complainant on this!
With all these progression with the information on eating better, the sanity of it has actually dwindled. What do we need to do to educate them that a fine-dining restaurant is not the place for baby-sitting, nor is it a place to sing Whitney Houston's Greatest Love of All? There are many kid-friendly restaurants in town and more importantly, there are order of things in life.