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Four Seasons Hotel Hong Kong’s Lung King Heen offers a menu of traditional and creative Cantonese specialties.
The à la carte choices are extensive, and sorted into barbecue and appetizers, soups, prestige ingredients such as bird’s nest and abalone, chef’s specialties, seafood, meat, poultry, vegetables (including many purely vegetarian choices), noodles or rice, and dessert. Each section contains at least a dozen choices. As is typical with Chinese cooking, most dishes are meant to be shared. The staff at this Forbes Travel Guide Five-Star restaurant can help you build a varied and balanced meal.
Dim sum is served during the day, along with various set lunches on weekdays that business diners will appreciate. And should you be in the mood for dinner, a chef’s tasting menu is also available, with suggested wine pairings.