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Dominated by Adam Tihany's stately chandelier of 4,320 bronze rods, Amber's impressive dining space is the first thing that strikes you as you walk into this remarkable two Michelin stars restaurant, where the best of the best of modern French cuisine is served in an elegant and somewhat romantic ambience.
Dutch chef Richard Ekkebus gives contemporary interpretation to the classic French cuisine, or as he describes it: "Classic French cuisine with inventive twists that take advantage of Hong Kong’s unique position at a global crossroads…"
As you might expect from a restaurant that specializes in "nouvelle cuisine" Food here is somewhat lighter and healthier than in those old fashioned French restaurants, with emphasis on seafood, and even vegetarian specialties… Recommended dishes include: Pan seared duck foie gras, with white peach organic lemon & romaine lettuce, Salad of bresse quail with Jerusalem artichoke, fresh hazelnuts, pickled and dried Muscat grapes, Line-caught Red Amadai, and Wild venison roasted with beetroots, white onion purée black olives, cherries & sarawak ‘poivrade’ sauce... Every dish is perfectly executed, both in terms of taste and appearance.
Surrounded by the restaurant's impressive glass-clad cellar, with more than 3,000 bottles, the Private Wine Room is the restaurant's most sought after corner, and the very right place to celebrate something special.
Amber offers a selection of degustation menus to choose from, as well as A-la-carte menu, and while prices are certainly on the high side, the dining experience is nothing but superb: Set lunch is from HK$ 520 to 670 (with or without a glass of wine), while dinner can be well over HK$ 1,000 per person.
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Open Daily for lunch and dinner
The Landmark Mandarin Oriental, The Landmark, 15 Queen's Road, Central
Phone: 2132 0066