Cuisine Cuisine

Address: 3101 ifc, Central, Hong Kong, China
Telephone: 2393 3933

- Expensive

3.9

Some of the best Cantonese in the city, if not south China.

Executive chefs Tsang Chiu Lit and Lee Yuk Lam aren't so much at the top of their game as writing the rules and refereeing too. In a city filled with Cantonese restaurants, and around seven million self-acknowledged experts on Cantonese cuisine, this restaurant has very few rivals.

 

Food and drink
3.8
90%
Service
4.4
90%
Food and drink
3.8
90%
Value for money
4.3
90%
Ambience
3.9
90%
Location
4.1
90%

Food and drink

As an indication, they are even picky about the sort of soy sauce that gets used here. Freshness and cooking techniques are supremely important. The cellar hosts some 150 wines from around the world. 

Recommended dishes

Honey-glazed barbecued pork and sautéed prawn with black truffle. Whether you go for the shark's fin dishes is very much a personal choice.

Ambience

It's very smart but not in any way overwhelming. The central ethos is that everyone should enjoy what they are eating. Lots of suits parachute in here from the office towers above and around.

Service

In parallel with the food, it's very upmarket. Feel free to ask for advice on the menu.

Location

It's in Central's smartest mall, with a good view of the harbour. Take a stroll on ifc's upper deck to work up an appetite.

Price advice

It's around HK$800 for two, unless you are headed for the star dishes like shark's fin.

Recommended for

  • Business travellers
  • Foodies
  • Great views / scenery
  • People watching
  • Shopping
  • Special occasions

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