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Face masks required for staff in public areas
Hand sanitiser available to guests & staff
Daily temperature and symptom checks for staff
Socially distanced dining tables
Staff required to regularly wash hands
Tables disinfected between guests
Updated 27/07/20 Safety precautions are provided by the property and are not checked by Tripadvisor for accuracy.
Seafood and dim sum are among the specialties at this exquisite, authentic Cantonese restaurant at Four Seasons Hotel Hong Kong - the world's first Chinese restaurant to be awarded the coveted Michelin three-star rating.
All reviews abalone dim sum steamed lobster suckling pig petit fours garoupa soup barbecue pork spring rolls pastry char siu cakes four seasons three michelin stars star michelin restaurant pine nuts cantonese food
Had dim sum lunch with friends. Tried a wide range of dim sum - fairly traditional stuff with a hint of innovation. Quality excellent overall. Setting very good, and service also excellent. Price is reasonable for a Michelin 3 star restaurant.
This is my second review on Lung King Heen and it is another straight five stars.
In term of both food quality and service, Lung King Heen is indeed the strongest Cantonese restaurant in the world. Special thanks to Jerome again, who also served us...during my last visit.More
Had a wonderful dinner at Tin Lung Heen. The view was breathtaking and the environment was quiet and welcoming. Our servers Francis and Tom were friendly - helped us take photos, and provided us with recommendations when we were torn between dishes. The food was...great; we especially enjoyed the Coconut Soup and Char Siu. Would 100% recommend!More
Clearly, Lung King Heen is one of the most superb restaurants in the world, that all Hongkongers should be proud of. Before commenting on any cuisines, I have to specially recognize the excellent service offered by the professional team, particularly Mr. Jerome Cheung, who made...it our wonderful dining experience.
The team showed their thorough understanding in the menu, such as the ingredients and cooking techniques of every item on the menu. I must appreciate Jerome again for his great care in ensuring our dining options fit my guest's dining restriction due to allergy. What we experienced from the team was beyond merely offering services, but the passion in the hospitality industry and Cantonese cuisines as well.
Similar to most of the reviews, I highly recommend the chicken pottage, which was the thickest soup I ever had, and the crispy scallops with pear. Apart from these, just feel free to order anything you want, I am sure you would never be disappointed here.
A fabulous dining experience that inspired. I look forward to returning in the near future!More
I’d lunch with 2 friends at Lung King Heen yesterday.
In addition to various kinds of dim sum which I order habitually (for example baked barbecue pork buns with pine nuts and steamed rice rolls with barbecue pork), I also tried some new things. The...deep fried tofu skin with lemon sauce was very good (soft and moist inside and crispy outside ). Like the spring rolls which I also ordered, it wasn’t greasy at all.
The service was excellent. On my arrival at the restaurant, I was told that they’d arranged a room for us which was a nice surprise.
I enjoyed my meal enormously as usual. And as usual, I’ve already booked my next lunch there.More
I go to Lung King Heen for Saturday dim sums regularly and have never been disappointed.
I’d another great meal there yesterday.
The baked barbecued pork buns (my all time favourite and the best in Hong Kong), steamed rice rolls and steamed shrimp dumplings, which...I always order, tasted as good as always. All other dim sums, for example the steamed lobster dumplings and spring rolls (very crispy but not greasy at all) were highly delicious and looked beautiful.
Since we’re a group of 3, we could sample more variety of food. Both the barbecued pork (it’s possible to order a half portion) and noddles in chicken soup were divine.
Yes, it’s pricey. Yes, it’s necessary to book well in advance for a weekend lunch. But, it’s absolutely worth it.More
For the dinner at Lung King Heen, the 6-course tasting menu was a bit small in portion and didn’t have much wow factor. Thus, we ordered 2 more signature dishes. Yet their staff was overall friendly and knowledgeable.
Me and my girlfriend had a delicious dim sum lunch at LKH. Vicki is always professional, serving us tea and engaging with a smile (under mask)
The Char Siu is one of the best dish, tender meat with a touch of honey sweetness, Yummy!
The...famous chicken soup is so tasty, I am sure Chef team has put loads of effort in the making of this signature chicken soup.
What makes this restaurant successful is the consistency of food quality, attentive staff service plus the unbeatable harbor view.More
Had a wonderful evening at Lung King Heen with delicious food, excellent wines and spectacular services and special thanks to Jacky Cheung, manager and Bernard Chan, Senior Sommelier. We were amazed and happily surprised on Bernard’s exquisite knowledge and taste on wine and sake