Highly recommended is Lung King Heen at the Four Seasons Hotel, which in 2009 became the world’s first three Michelin-starred Cantonese restaurant. Headed by Executive Chef Chan Yan Tak, he is the only Chinese chef to achieve this accolade.
The restaurant lives up to its name, which translates as ‘View of the Dragon’, boasting magnificent vistas of Victoria Harbour which look even more spectacular at night when the undulating silver-leaf ceiling reflects Hong Kong’s glittering skyline and harbour lights.
The intricately designed, traditional Cantonese menu couples remarkable textures and flavours with delicately inventive presentation. House specialities include exceptional regional seafood, with a variety and breadth of species rarely found elsewhere.
Lung King Heen is also the only three-star restaurant offering a dim sum menu, with an extensive seasonal dim sum lunch that is best enjoyed during a relaxing weekend. New for 2015 is their unique culinary tour, ‘In the Footsteps of a Dragon’, which explores chef Chan Yan Tak’s creative influences and remarkable produce suppliers and includes a visit to his Michelin-starred kitchen.