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Cantonese food reaches its finest and most creative on the fourth floor of Four Seasons Hotel Hong Kong. Lung King Heen, whose name means "dragon's view room," was the first Chinese restaurant to... Read More
Cantonese food reaches its finest and most creative on the fourth floor of Four Seasons Hotel Hong Kong. Lung King Heen, whose name means "dragon's view room," was the first Chinese restaurant to receive three Michelin stars in 2008. Formidable chef Chan Yan Tak went above and beyond to rejuvenate traditional dim sum menus. Ingenious creations, such as steamed Shanghai dumplings with scallops, have become the new objects of worship among serious local diners. Dim sum is ordered by piece(from around US$5). Although the dim sum lunch is highly popular, the 128-seat fine-dining establishment also serves exotic seafood dishes and glazed Cantonese barbecued meat. Books as early as possible for a table with a view towards the Victoria Harbour and Tsim Sha Tsui skyline.
- Best Restaurants: "Order the steamed shrimp dumplings with asparagus. These jade green purses are juicy, tender and umami. You won't find them anywhere else."
- Recommended as Best Restaurants Because: The fine-dining establishment was the first Chinese restaurant in the world to be awarded three Michelin stars. Seafood and dim sum are the specialties.