Hong Kong

Hong Kong

Hong Kong Itinerary

Here is my Hong Kong Food Itinerary.

A few notables are the following:

  1. Yan Toh Heen – Two Michelin starred dim sum, located in the Intercontinental Hotel. Fantastic quality, with my personal favourite “wu kok” or fried taro dish with abalone and seafood filling.

    Yan Toh Heen
    Yan Toh Heen
  2. Lung King Heen – The first Chinese restaurant in the world to receive three Michelin stars, located in the Four Seasons hotel. Serves fantastic dim sum using top notch ingredients. My favourite dish of the meal was probably the abalone tart, which was ridiculously decadent. Read Review

    Abalone Tart
    Abalone Tart
  3. Kau Kee – One of the best beef noodles in Hong Kong. Queues can be insane, but eventually dissipates if one goes for a late night snack at about 10pm.
  4. Tai Fung Lau Peking Restaurant – Does a Peking style steamboat using charcoals to warm the water (not broth!), which is used to cook the ingredients. The lamb was brilliant, and it’s all about the sauce here! Xiao Long Bao and hand pulled noodles were also very decent.
  5. Otto e Mezzo Bombana – Probably the best, or at least the most refined Italian restaurant in Hong Kong. Also another recipient of three Michelin stars. Read Review
  6. Chairman – I’m biased with this one, as I had met the famous Croaching Tiger Hidden Dragon star, Zhang Ziyi, during dinner. But that aside, the flowery grab cooked with chicken fat and shao xing wine was brilliant. Fair warning though, prices can quite rather pricey.

    The Chairman
    The Chairman

Oh, do spare a short trip to Disneyland if you have the time. Always worthwhile to get in touch with your inner child!

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