Hong Kong Restaurants
A visit to Hong Kong isn’t complete without a proper Cantonese meal: From fresh seafood and beef brisket to ever-popular dim sum, the city takes its food seriously. Cantonese cuisine traditionally incorporates lots of soy sauce, vinegar, garlic, ginger and preserved ingredients like dried fish and shrimp. Though it can be loads of fun to experience boisterous dim sum banquet rooms or balance on a stool in a dai pai dong stall, there’s also a growing pack of eateries for those looking to indulge in a more elegant setting. Here are our picks of promising newcomers and stalwart favorites.
Forbes Travel Guide Four-Star restaurant Man Wah opened its doors way back in 1968 inside Five-Star Mandarin Oriental, Hong Kong, and has been a dim sum darling ever since. The establishment’s majestic interiors — local rosewood, silk screens and ceiling lanterns — make you feel like royalty. Aside from the phenomenal harbor views, Man Wah also serves up classic Cantonese fare from noted chef Man-Sing Lee. His signatures include stir-fried lobster with egg white, caviar and scallop mousse, and an excellent spread of dainty dim sum. Ask about the Chinese tea and wine-pairing menu if you’re after an extra-special experience.
For world-class Cantonese in a gorgeous harbor-side setting, head to Yan Toh Heen at the Five-Star InterContinental Hong Kong. With its floor-to-ceiling views and residential vibe, this Four-Star restaurant will make you feel at home among the jade motifs and place settings. Chef Lau Yiu Fai helms the kitchen, taking an innovative approach to traditional dishes, such as wok-fried beef shoulder with fig sauce, and braised whole abalone on a crispy taro net. Likewise, the dim sum menu will reassure you that good things do indeed come in small packages.
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