Tuesday, May 22, 2012

Tin Lung Heen @ Ritz-Carlton Hong Kong

A visit to Hong Kong is not complete without a meal of dim sum, for it is the birthplace of this well-loved cuisine. For dim sum with the best view, it will have to be at the tallest hotel in the world - the Ritz-Carlton.

Tin Lung Heen, the one Michelin-starred Cantonese restaurant is the proud jewel of the hotel. Famous for its dim sum selection, especially the char siew made with Iberian pork that is a must-try.

A simple flower arrangement but one of the most elegant I have seen in a Chinese restaurant.

Minced beef balls with Chinese herbs in chicken stock - HK$58

The famous char siew Iberian pork - HK$218

Shrimp dumpling - HK$58

Siew Mai - HK$58

Baked abalone and roasted goose puffs - HK$88

Braised Chinese vegetables in chicken stock HK$160

Black glutinous rice with diced abalone, pork, shrimp and Chinese mushroom wrapped in lotus leaf - HK$58

Double-boiled egg custard pudding with bird's nest - HK$88

The dim sum selection is so huge that I couldn't manage to try all the dishes. As much as I love Singapore, Hong Kong beats Singapore hands down when it come to dim sum. I will definitely visit it again the next time I am in Hong Kong. Do give it a try if you can. I promise you won't regret it.

For more information, please visit www.ritzcarlton.com

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