- 412 reviews
I've lived in Beijing for 5 years and this is the best roast duck in Beijing! And their other dishes are fantastic as well (almost better than their duck). That is hard to find in a roast duck restaurant. A def must go if you are going to Beijing.Popular withFoodiesLuxury
- 87 reviews
One of the most spectaular places to eat dinner in Hong Kong. Amazing views. Ask for a window table and sit down before 8pm to get a fabulous view of HK Island and the nightly lights show (on the buildings). Must have dishes: chili crab and less famous but still a favorite is the shredded beef. If you want to ...Popular withFoodiesTrendstersLuxury
Mak's is an institution when it comes to wonton noodles. They've been around for a long time and they recently opened up a restaurant on Leighton Road. It's right across the street from the Craigengower Cricket Club. This Mak's is clean, well lit and bigger than the one in Central and Jardine's Lookout. It's still finding its place in the ...Popular withFamiliesFoodiesBusiness
If you've never had hot pot, you must experience it here. If you've had hot pot or the likes before and it was so-so, give it another chance at Haidilao. Hot pot is a fun experience for two or more people. While customer service in China takes the scenic route, you'll be pleased to find smiles and attentive service here. ...Popular withGreenWellnessBackpackers
- 184 reviews
Michelin starred Cantonese restaurant located within the Fourseasons Hong Kong, Lung King Heen serves wonderfully creative and delicious common items, in VERY uncommon ways. The dining room is warmly decorated and the service is generally on par with that of the Fourseasons (in Asia) standards. Lunch is leisurely while dinner is relaxing here. Definitely not a place to rush through ...