Went to HK for a short course on Dysport in this July and also to visit a friend’s clinic in Causeway Bay. Thanks, Shiu Kee, for showing me around! One always learn something, no matter how much you think you already know. 😀
We’ve been on a Michelin Star sprint, so we decided to continue with it in Hong Kong. 😀 First one we tried was dim sum at Tin Lung Heen, a 2-star Michelin restaurant.
The dim sum is creative, unlike the kind you usually find in Singapore, and of course, top quality.
We went to T’ang Court, a 2-star Michelin restaurant, for dinner that night, but it was not as memorable as the last time we visited. The only dish I had to order again that night was this one below:
We had this dish a year ago when we first dined at T’ang Court and it was so delectable I felt I didn’t have enough of it then. It was already off the menu by the time we revisited and we had to make a special order for it. Didn’t lose its lustre at all and didn’t disappoint. 🙂
The highlight of our Michelin spree was at Lung Kin Heen, the only Chinese restaurant with 3-star Michelin in HK.
I also had the superior pottage with shredded chicken. It came in a small pot with a flame underneath to keep it piping hot. Fine tasting soup.
Not everything was worthy. There was an asparagus and tofu dish that was bland and a huge disappointment. Do not try that one. 😦
Nonetheless, for the awesome view and the other 3-star, thumbs-up food, I surely look forward to visit again. 😉