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Was supposed to see it closed, signboard hastily removed with no forwarding address but had the feeling it could not sustain sometime back and with the current climate in hk f&b, not completely suprising. Hope that can reopen somewhere else again.
Never expected to go to Lan Kwai Fong to have good Cantonese food and it really surprised me that we can get good quality food there. Love the drunken abalone and Peking duck. Steamed tiger garoupa is also great.
As a frequent business visitor to Hong Kong it is always a pleasure to eat at a good restaurant with business colleagues and associates . During a recent trip I had the great pleasure to host a business dinner st Tycoon Tann where the food...in quality, taste and presentation was excellent as was the service. I absolutely recommend this restaurant.More
As I ws on my own, the bar snacks were the perfect size - plus I didn't need to ascend any *more* steps to the dining room in this precipitous area of HK! The signature char sui was exceptional - as were the tiny octopi...served cold with ear fungus in a stunning spicy Siichuan oil. All with steamed rice. (Hint, would be good if the bar menu included a veg or salad 'small' as well!) Beer on tap - plus the Yum Cha gin-based cocktail is astonishingly good. Exceptionally good service from Remy. Can't recommend this stylish modern Cantonese restaurant more highly.More
We had a quick business lunch for 6. Food is good and the popular char siew is served on a warming dish. I do not like the sweetness of char siew so this the only place where I had second helping of char siew. Soft...and tender melt in your mouth slices and I believe iberico pork .More
We visited as recommended by our hotel. The peking duck was excellent. Fried rice came with a lot of seafood. Rather lacking in atmosphere when we visited and seemed to be mostly businessmen. I found the staff hovering too much rather annoying.
Had dinner with Chinese friends from Hong Kong who recommended the modern cuisine although it seemed quite traditional. Peking duck and char sieu were cooked to perfection. Service was good but they served sparkling water from small bottles for which they charged about US$7. YOU...get through a lot of small bottles! A bottle of KimCrawford Sauvignon Blanc was US$70 ($15 in our local Costco!). Bottle of unexceptional Bordeaux red was US$100. So drinks were expensive. The restaurant area is on the upper floor and was quiet for Hong Kong! Price about US$125 per headMore
We stopped in for an impromptu dinner. Sat in the bar, had some wine and ordered a few dishes. Everything was excellent. But the slow cooked ribs were from another planet. The best I’ve ever had. They were easy to cut with chopsticks. That’s how...tender they were. Worth the stop just for that. All staff were excellent as well. Loved Tycoon Tann.More
39 of us had the Dim sum brunch with GH Mumm and everyone enjoyed. From ambience, service level, taste and quality was all top notch at reasonable prices. Dim sum and dishes were innovative, well plated and enjoyably served to your table per your order....Glasses and tea were consistently topped up.
Accessible In the heart of Central, away from clanking plates at the more local place, one can dine well here and not pay silly hotel prices.
Particularly enjoyed the baked buns, braised tofu and fried rice.More
Ate her with colleagues from Europe, HK and Japan and we had a really good time. Very good quality dishes with modern varieties. Had classic cha sieuw which was cooked to perfection. Also had jellyfish with wasabi which was also really good. Because of the...freshness the jellyfish had a really good bite and tasted great with the wasabi. Also had flamed crispy Peking duck. In a thin pancake with ginger, pineapple, beet and brown sugar this was innovative and tasted great.
Limited wine list but definitely with quality.
So if you’re up for fine modern Chinese dining this is one of the places to go for!More
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When people think of Hong Kong, most imagine movies with famous skyscrapers dominating the skyline. The area widely known as Central is the major financial hub and entertainment district, which truly lives up to the saying, “work hard, play hard.” Bars stay open late into the night and there just happens to be a street party every weekend. Although everything seems to be operating at lightning speed, Central is full of
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