Hello Please first popped up on Fish Lane in 2016, wowing foodies with its tasty take of Vietnamese street cuisine. Three years on and the concept has evolved, moving up the laneway to a larger location, with so much more room for activities. The original shipping container kitchen was moved and installed inside next to a brand-new cold room and enclosed casual dining space, with some extra bells and whistles installed to help improve the menu. Further inside sits the bar, where up to 60 guests can linger over drinks and snacks while waiting for a table at one of Fish Lane’s nearby restaurants or a show at QPAC. Hello Please’s menu now strays away from a Vietnamese-centric offering, weaving in elements of Japanese, Chinese, Korean and Thai cuisines for a well-rounded menu. Mouth-watering morsels include the likes of Korean beef tartare, Chinese bolognese, soy-roasted duck leg, Hainanese chicken salad, Xinjiang cumin lamb ribs and a selection of stuffed bao. Likewise, the bar offering is expected to evolve, though guests can already sip signature cocktails such as the yuzu spritzer, kaffir lime margarita and plum negroni, as well as a curated selection of beers and wines.