First 3 Michelin Star Chinese Restaurant : Lung King Heen 龍景軒

No. 10 on Asia’s Best 50 Restaurant in 2016, led by master of Cantonese cuisine Chan Yan Tak. Lung King Heen 龍景軒 is also the world’s 1st 3 Michelin Star chinese restaurant. This restaurant which literally translates to ‘view of the dragon’ in english, is located within Four Seasons hotel in Hong Kong.

For the best dining pleasure, book your tables (WAY) in advance to secure a window seat which has the best view of Victoria Harbour. I was a guest at the Four Seasons hotel, but was unable to get a seat even for lunch at the last minute. So, they are very very popular.

My lunch bill cost close to 2,000HKD for two, which was probably the most expensive dim sum I’ve had, but this is a 3 Michelin Star to say the least.

Spectacular view of the Victoria Harbour.

Steamed Shanghainese Pork Dumplings with Scallop [75HKD]
Barbecued Pork with Honey [280HKD]
Steam Sea Bass Dumplings with Chives [75HKD]
Steam Shrimp and Crab Meat Dumplings with Egg White [56HKD per piece]
Sweet Corn Soup with Lobster and Minced Chicken [300HKD]
Crispy Spring Rolls with Crabmeat and Black Truffle [360HKD]

Will I Return O-Meter : I personally prefer Tin Ling Heen at Ritz-Carlton HK.

Lung King Heen
8 Finance Street, Four Seasons Hotel, Hong Kong
Tel: +852 3196 8880

Opening Hours:
Sun & public holidays: 11.30am – 3.00pm
Mon – Sat: 12.00pm – 2.30pm
Daily Dinner: 6.00pm – 10.30pm


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