Phase two of NYC-chefs Mario Carbone and Rich Torrisi's diabolical world domination plan is complete: The second location of their hit NYC restaurant Carbone is now open in Hong Kong. While the restaurant is not identical to the NYC original, it does have a similar old school feel, with checked tiles, white table cloths, and red walls. And like the NYC original, Carbone Hong Kong is spendy. According to Time Out Hong Kong, "anticlimactic" shrimp scampi goes for $358 HKD, roughly $46 USD. Go, have a look around.