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Ming Court

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This Michelin starred restaurant serves culinary creations that, just like Hong Kong itself, combine the traditional Cantonese cuisine with contemporary western influences...

 

The tasteful décor follows the overall theme of the restaurant: Chic and elegant style that combines sleek and modern elements with traditional Chinese touches... Just the perfect backdrop for a sensational feast...

 

The menu is really extensive, so everybody can find something to his liking... Their signature and award winning dishes are worth considering, as they are truly unique.

 

Recommended dishes include  Deep-fried lobster with cheese and simmered abalone with vinegar, served with angel hair,   Pan-fried shiitake mushroom buns (slightly crispy on the outside),   Braised fresh prawn with crab meat, spinach and steamed egg-white in broth  Barbecued pork in honey sauce,   Baked crab shell stuffed with crab meat and cheese,   Pan-fried lamb rack with herbs in abalone sauce,   Stir-fried sliced garoupa with assorted mushrooms and dried shrimp roe  and   Deep fried crispy chicken with lotus chips.

 

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Prices are actually not too high for this class of a restaurant: Dinner is around HK$ 400 - 500 per person (not including the pricey Shark's Fin and Abalone...)

 

Open daily for lunch and dinner

 

Level 6, Langham Place Hotel, 555 Shanghai Street, Mong Kok

Phone: 3552 3300