Food&Drink

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Crystal Lotus 晶荷軒

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Glutinous Rice Tamale

Roast Lamb Shank

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  3. Hi roland,
    It’s not that i’m not interested in the food that you have mention on your list of restaurant, but, would it be too much too ask for recommendation on local food like dim sum, local cantonese food, well basically good local food in hong kong (both fancy restaurants or street food), because i will be coming to hongkong (food paradise) on the 28th dec, and will be staying at regal hotel.

    Thank you

    • Hi Suharta,

      OK, here’s just a short list of places I would recommend:-

      1. Canton Deli – they serve very good dim sum and Cantonese cuisine at reasonable prices. The place I go regularly.
      2. House of Jasmine – this place serves creative modern Cantonese cuisine. More expansive then Canton Deli, but still reasonably priced.
      3. Lung King Heen at Four Seasons Hotel – arguably the best Cantonese cuisine restaurant in Hong Kong with 3 well deserved Michelin stars. Booking is essential.
      4. Tang Court at Langham Hotel – one of my top 2 recommendation for Cantonese . cuisine and dimsum in Hong Kong. Gourmet quality food and price to match. Booking is essential here.
      5. For street food, there are lots of small shops at Mongkok area selling different varieties of street food. Just walk around and explore, you’ll find it all there.
      6. For Wanton noodles – my 2 favorite places are – Mak Man Kee Noodle Shop (麥文記麵家) and Mak Un Kee 麥奀記

  4. Hi Roland

    I’m going to HK in 20 days and have been told that it is much cheaper to eat Michelin stared food in HK than Denmark. A meal for two including wine at a 1-2 stared restaurant will cost approx. 6000 HKD.
    I have been searching some of the Michelin stared websites but they usually don’t list the prices of the menus and wines.

    How much would you think a meal including wine will cost for two persons at Lung King Heen? and will it be possibly for two persons to eat and drink 2 stared for 1500HKD?

    Regards from Denmark

    • Hi Morten,

      Sorry for the late reply. Yes, in general, you can have a meal in Michelin star restaurant in Hong Kong cheaper than in Europe.

      For 2 to 3 stars Michelin stars Chinese restaurant like Lung King Heen, Sun Tung Lok and Tang Court. Expect to pay around HK$200+ to HK$1000+ per person depending on what you order and which restaurant you are going to. Wine prices are really variable. You can pay less than HK$100 per person for a glass of house wine to mega bucks for expensive wine like Chateau Petrus or Romanee Conti.

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