Firstly I must say that you can get some of the best dim sum in Hong Kong here. I know this from previous times. But you can’t get an executive lunch on a weekend. And the dim sum we got this time were really good...More
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It doesn't' get any better than this. A 3 star Michelin Restaurant definitely worth the journey. Great Management from Food & Beverage Hotel Support to Local Managers and Assistant Manager Michael and Waiters like Tony. Must try the super fresh noodles, vegetables, the peking duck,...More
Don't get me wrong the quality was excellent but there are better now and it's list of Dim Sum is limited. Service is good but last time it was outstanding. Great location for view and attached to shopping mall make for a nice walk after...More
The food was amazing! The portions were small, but it was totally expected! The service was excellent. Not to be missed!
Four Seasons has always been the top on my list whenever I travel to Hong Kong from Macau. Not only for room accommodation but also the restaurants and spa facilities. I must say that FSHK is really like a second home to me. Lung King...More
I was very lucky to get a dinner reservation on a week’s notice and it was my second visit to this orgasmic gastronomy heaven! The menu was revised with seasonal winter ingredients and the dishes were delicious as ever! Discovered the crispy eel with sweet...More
The restaurant is famous for its dim sum (Cantonese term for dishes prepared as small bite-sized portions of food served in small steamer baskets or on small plates). The special dim sum for that day was the deep fried Chinese chives dumpling. I would prefer...More
Went for lunch in October with three business colleagues (bankers in bespoke suits). Arrived at noon for our reservation (they claimed it was the only time available) and were shown to a table very close to the door. When we asked if we could have...More
Most dishes were tasty, however is it deserving of 3 Michelin stars? probably not. Not a place you would go back to (irrespective of price). On the matter of price, if you order abalone, you bill will quickly escalate from $200 to $2,000.
A friend and I thought it would be a bit of fun to close out our Hong Kong Trip there, and we were not disappointed. The room itself was a very pleasant, clean design. The view from our table by the windows was very nice....More