Made a same day reservation for this Michelin 2 star restaurant as Lung King Heen (Michelin 3 stars) at the Four Seasons was fully booked for lunch. Arrived to the restaurant at the scheduled time and was presented a corner window table with a view of Langham Place.
Started off with the Roasted Suckling Pig and it was world class. The skin was very crispy and in perfect condition. All of the fat was removed and there was a layer of oyster sauce between the skin and very juicy and tender meat.
Roasted Suckling Pig - $380
Moved on to the roasted goose and bbq pork which were both okay.
The jellyfish was very delicious. The most memorable jelly fish was the part with XO sauce. They used different parts of the jellyfish for each portion of the dish.
Jelly Fish Trio - $138
The baked bun w/ beef inside was also excellent. The bread was very light and fluffy and the meat inside was excellent, not too salty or saucy.
Baked Puff Buns w/ Beef - $52
The crispy chicken was also world class. The fried vegetables on top of the chicken tasted more like lightly salted potato chips...wonderful! The chicken inside was juicy and moist.
Crispy Chicken - $238
The wagyu beef with pumpkin was also world class. Flavoring was excellent and the beef was very tender.
Wagyu Beef w/ Pumpkin - $398
The soy sauce fried noodles is a simple yet elegant dish. The soy sauce was perfect and the noodles were in perfect condition.
Fried Noodles w/ Soy Sauce - $188
Lastly, the dessert was presented over dry ice. None of the items came out too sweet and they were all good to try.
Sweet Wonderland - $196
Service was friendly by the staff, definitely worthy of a Michelin 2 star ranking!
Roasted Suckling Pig,Fried Noodles w/ Soy Sauce,Crispy Chicken,Wagyu Beef,Chinese Wonderland
Table Wait Time: 0 minute(s)
Date of Visit: Dec 29, 2012
Spending per head: Approximately HKD444(Lunch)Other Ratings:
Value for Money 4