Langham Place, Hong Kong Rating: 4.5 Pearls

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 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.
Hong Kong has long been called the "World's Fair of Food" -- and with good reason. It seems you can't take two steps in the bustling Asian city without tripping over a Michelin star or two. Cuisine here is a complex fusion of Cantonese cooking, Japanese flavors, Southeast Asian flair, and even Western due to its history as a British colony and an international city of commerce. The city's hotels have been quick to up the ante when it comes to cuisine, battling each other for prominence in an industry where the food is just an important as the rooms. Here, Oyster lets you in on some of the tastiest Michelin-starred in Hong Kong.
Amber offers a contemporary interpretation of French cuisine from chef Richard Ekkebus that has snagged two coveted Michelin stars. His flavors have been described as "beguiling" -- among many other complimentary adjectives --and his artistic presentation is only dwarfed by the stunning Adam Tihany-designed interiors.
Oyster's Menu Pick: Hokkaido sea urchin in a lobster Jell-O with cauliflower, caviar, and crispy seaweed waffles. 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. From celebrated French chef Pierre Gagnaire comes this Hong Kong outpost at the Mandarin Oriental. The two-Michelin-starred Pierre, naturally, serves modern French fare with an emphasis on fusion cuisine, which Gagnaire helped to introduce. His personal mission statement reads: "facing tomorrow but respectful of yesterday." As usual, he succeeds at Pierre, offering creative interpretations of the classics that delight diners.
Oyster's Menu Pick: Line-caught seabass carpaccio and guava infusion with artichoke puree and horseradish. Perched high above the city with breathtaking views of Victoria Harbour, Restaurant Petrus offers haute French cuisine and one of the most extensive wine lists in Asia. Chef Frederic Chabbert has created a menu, awarded one Michelin star, that speaks to its opulent surroundings and features fresh, seasonal ingredients, such as warm red Spanish carabinieros prawns with thin duck liver, caviar, and green apple.
Oyster’s Menu Pick: No meal is complete without dessert, and Chabbert’s Dark Chocolate Sphere is a masterful creation that no sweet tooth will be able to deny. Served with mascarpone, orange zest, and cinnamon milk, this dish is crisp and creamy, tangy and sweet. Authentic Cantonese cooking is the name of the game at T'ang Court, which has received two Michelin stars since its opening. Though dishes include some modern twists, the menu is largely grounded in authentic flavors and techniques, guaranteeing diners a true Hong Kong experience in an opulent setting.
Oyster's Menu Pick: Sauteed prawns and crab roe with golden-fried pork and crab meat puffs. With one Michelin star under its belt, Golden Leaf restaurant has served innovative Cantonese cuisine for over 19 years. Known for delicate approaches to flavors, the dishes are simple and satisfying on the surface, belied by rich cultural traditions and sumptuous tastes that create a balance rather than compete for prominence.
Oyster's Menu Pick: Double-boiled superior bird's nest soup with fresh crab claw and bamboo piths. Claiming to evoke the grandeur of traditional China -- and largely succeeding -- Shang Palace serves traditional Cantonese cuisine in a bold red-and-white dining room. Having already won two Michelin stars, the restaurant is probably seeking a few new additions after its menu overhaul takes place in fall 2012.
Oyster's Menu Pick: Braised spare ribs and cabbage with chin kiang vinegar. Contemporary Chinese and Cantonese cuisine awaits diners at the aptly named Cuisine Cuisine restaurant at The Mira. Riffing off of traditional dishes is obviously a trend in Hong Kong, but Cuisine Cuisine doesn't get lost in the shuffle. Offering an all-you-can-eat dim sum menu in addition to its set and a la carte fare, Cuisine Cuisine is a unique dining option with two Michelin stars to boot.
Oyster's Menu Pick: The all-you-can-eat dim sum menu is extensive -- and you'll want to get one of everything! -- but some of our favorites are the sweet potato with shrimp and vegetable dumplings; crispy taro puff with diced chicken and foie gras; and steamed rice flour rolls stuffed with barbecue pork.
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