Tucked into the middle of a Bishop Avenue block is a mysterious tunnel leading to a courtyard lounge that looks as if it’s been airlifted from a Moroccan resort. The airy interior continues the theme, with lots of rattan, colorful throw pillows, and palms and cacti in clay pots. Dumplings, skewers, and noodles dominate the small, eclectic menu. We especially liked the ground pork dumplings in a plum wine sauce, the skewers of orange-marinated chicken, and the fried-egg-topped red-cooked pork belly, so named for its sticky-sweet, reddish-brown sauce. Check out the house-made soft-serve ice creams, the delicate flavors (lychee-rose, almond-and-orange) garnished with candied nuts.