Michelin-Starred Restaurants in Hong Kong

 
Ming Court serves contemporary Cantonese cooking that has earned the restaurant two Michelin stars. Langham Place has long been regarded as an art gallery masquerading as a hotel, and the restaurant does not escape that distinction. Ming pottery and ink landscape paintings are displayed, offering a fitting backdrop to the delicious cuisine prepared by chef Tsang Chiu King. Equal parts innovation and authenticity, the dishes here -- such as roasted sucking pig and stir-fried diced wagyu beef with black truffles and pumpkin -- don't disappoint. Oyster's Menu Pick: Ming Court's Custard Mooncake, the iconic Chinese pastry served during the Mid-Autumn Festival, has been regarded as the best in the city. A delicate custard and egg yolk center is a sweet end to a terrific meal.

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Ming Court
Langham Place, Hong Kong  

Mong Kok, Kowloon, Hong Kong

Ming Court serves contemporary Cantonese cooking that has earned the restaurant two Michelin stars. Langham Place has long been regarded as an art gallery masquerading as a hotel, and the restaurant does not escape that distinction. Ming pottery and ink landscape paintings are displayed, offering a fitting backdrop to the delicious cuisine prepared by chef Tsang Chiu King. Equal parts innovation and authenticity, the dishes here -- such as roasted sucking pig and stir-fried diced wagyu beef with black truffles and pumpkin -- don't disappoint.

Oyster's Menu Pick: Ming Court's Custard Mooncake, the iconic Chinese pastry served during the Mid-Autumn Festival, has been regarded as the best in the city. A delicate custard and egg yolk center is a sweet end to a terrific meal.

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