Relish exquisite seafood and dim sum at the world's first Chinese restaurant to be recognized with the coveted Michelin three-star rating, retained for ten consecutive years so far.
- Saturdays, Sundays and public holidays 11:30 am – 3:00 pm Monday – Friday 12:00 noon – 2:30 pm
- 6:00 pm – 10:00 pm* *Closing time for last order.
- Lung King Heen is delighted to welcome families with children aged three and above.
- Dress code is smart casual for male guests aged 6 or above. Covered shoes, long pants and sleeved shirts are required for gentlemen.
- Steamed Lobster
With scalloped dumpling
- Wok-Fried Prawns
With organic black garlic and dried chilli
Chan Yan TakExecutive Chinese Chef
Born in Hong Kong, Chef Chan Yan Tak has spent his whole life in the city. He proved that one doesn’t have to go abroad to become a culinary star when he became the first Chinese chef in history to be awarded three Michelin stars with Lung King Heen.
“We have no secret – only personally sourced ingredients, teamwork and over a century of accumulated experience.”
- May 29 – June 7Order
Dragon Boat Festival Dumplings
Celebrate the Dragon Boat Festival with one of Executive Chinese Chef Chan Yan Tak’s signature dumplings – organic glutinous rice dumplings with abalone and conpoy, glutinous rice dumplings with osmanthus and chestnut, or glutinous rice dumplings with termite mushrooms, crab meat and red beans.
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