Lung King Heen


in Central District

The world’s first Chinese restaurant to receive three Michelin stars still retains them. The Cantonese food, though by no means peerless in Hong Kong, is excellent. The dining experience is a dichotomy: harbour views and impeccable service, combined with a simple setting devoid of the bells and whistles of Four Seasons' other restaurants, and reasonable prices for the quality.

This is a good place to try local specialities such as goose web, fish maw and abalone; signature dishes are handily indicated throughout the extensive menu. If you eat à la carte, start with the signature steamed lobster and scallop dumplings, and finish with the wonderfully refreshing chilled mango and sago cream with pomelo.