A restaurant is so good at every dishes, no matter is pricy one or very family type dishes. It is popular place for celebrity and the riches. But it is quite affordable if order something ordinary.
Very high class restaurant. Never seen anything like it! Mixing the elegance of western fine dining with traditional Chinese cuisine was excellent. Had a very interesting dish with Chinese peppercorn which gave my mouth a very pleasant numbing sensation. It is defiantly worth a try if you come to Hong Kong.
"Fine dining" for dim sum - great service for a dim sum place (if you know what I mean), food was good but not amazing.
Carol Nunley Pan
Fairly elegant but not stuffy Cantonese restaurant with excellent service by friendly wait staff and very tasty food. I highly recommend this restaurant if you are staying in the Wan Chai area. Each dish was distinct and tasty. We especially loved their version of crispy duck. I only wish there were more of us at the dinner so we could have tasted more of their dishes. Somewhat expensive but worth it for a special night out....$200 US for 4 dishes plus a bottle of wine.
Generally regarded by local gourmets as the leading up market Cantonese restaurant in Hong Kong, it has one Michelin Star instead of three, and nobody cares. But the general feeling is that the standards have gone down in recent years, perhaps as a result of the business family fragmenting over a long running feud and chefs move away. I don't know enough because I don't frequent it enough. It puts me off to have to fight the teams of bodyguards and press with camera to catch celebrity patrons caught in the middle of some scandal, which is most of the time.
I was there recently, at a lavish celebration banquet. One of the dishes that I have not had before was birds nest stuffed inside a pigs stomach and steamed for hours on end, then served in a chicken broth with a bit of the chicken. There was general complaints from gourmet friends that evening, that this tightly packed birds nest is not the real stuff, and the soup was too salty. Well, I found it excellent.
This really is the place to come to for sharksfin soup, birds nest soup and the rest of it. A single serving of sharrksfin soup will set you back USD $130. So you can imagine what some expensive dishes will cost. But this is the place that you do feel if you have to ask you cannot afford it. Oh well.