Answers from Our Experts (1)
Since you’ll want to be in the know before going to dine at this exquisite restaurant located inside of the Four Seasons Hotel Hong Kong, we’ve come up with a list of some key things to know about Lung King Heen:
1. Top-notch establishment. This is one of the best and most lauded Cantonese restaurants in Hong Kong, which leads us to the second point about making reservations in advance.
2. Booking is essential. Dinner reservations at this Forbes Travel Guide Five-Star restaurant should be made at least two weeks in advance, and lunch is sometimes booked out even further, which may have something to do with point three.
3. Lunch is a relative steal. The six-course “Executive Set Lunch” (seven if you count the petits fours) goes for HK$485, or about $63 USD, a fair amount and less than one will spend at dinner.
4. The view includes a large construction site. Hong Kong has its own Big Dig, with construction of an underground highway going on directly in front of the hotel. Some diners may find it captures Hong Kong’s dynamism, while others may find it less than scenic.
5. You can bring the kids. Children over three are welcome at Lung King Heen, and even catered to with their own menu of ultra-mild foods (and not a chicken finger in sight).