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Hong Kong & Macau's Best Restaurants Chinese editionHong Kong & Macau's Best Restaurants Chinese edition

Hong Kong & Macau's Best Restaurants Chinese edition

2017

Hong Kong & Macau's Best Restaurants is the city’s oldest and most prestigious fine dining guide, having been in publication since 1984. Featuring over 160 restaurants reviews in Hong Kong and over 40 in Macau, this is an unparalleled guide to the region’s best dining experiences. A responsible sushi guide plus Top 10 lists covering everything from the best bakeries, quick bites, coffee shops and online grocers round out everything you need to know about the Hong Kong and Macau dining scene.

國家/地區:
Hong Kong SAR China
語言:
Chinese
出版商:
Edipresse Media Hong Kong Ltd
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editor’s note

For many years, Hong Kong Tatler has been synonymous with fine dining—the crème de la crème of culinary expertise, the pinnacle of premium dining experiences and the most exquisite, exclusive ingredients and wines. We have always been all about enjoying the very best in life, and our combined 143 years of history and experience across our Asia Tatler Best Restaurants titles (in Singapore, Malaysia, China, Thailand, the Philippines, Indonesia and, soon, Taiwan) is testament to how well we know…

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contributors

Gloria Chung Gloria is an independent food and travel writer who has been working in print media in Hong Kong for 10 years. Her love for food has brought her to the best restaurants around the world. She is dedicated to travel and finding the most fascinating stories about provenance of the food we eat. She also blogs as @foodandtravelhk. Kee Foong Formerly the editor of the LUXE City Guides and Cathay Pacific’s Discovery magazine, and a dedicated polyglutton, Kee defies language barriers to…

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using the guide

WHY GO This isn’t your typical tapas joint, with a menu of frequently changing innovations served in a tight but buzzing space in Wan Chai. WHAT TO ORDER • For a bracing combo of citrus and crunch, try the scallop ceviche with yuzu and Chinese radish. • The punchy jamón, manchego and truffle toastie with quail eggs is the very best of Spain in one decadent bar snack. • Goat’s cheese ice cream with granola and strawberry is a sweet-and-savoury dessert option that challenges the palate. TATLER…

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how we do it

For a quick and easy reference to the overall dining experience at the restaurants listed in this guide, each restaurant has been rated in four key areas – setting, food, wine and service. The system is used year round by all Hong Kong Tatler Dining reviewers whether they are appraising a restaurant for this guide, or for the latest review published on HongKongTatler.com. To ensure that our experience of each restaurant was as close as that of a regular diner, each venue was reviewed…

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food for thought

THE HONG KONG TATLER BEST RESTAURANTS AWARDS NOVEMBER 19, 2015 As the sun set behind the South China Sea, a wave of movers and shakers from the food and beverage sectors of Hong Kong and Macau flooded The Ocean in Repulse Bay for a glittering cocktail party to launch the 2016 edition of Hong Kong Tatler Best Restaurants. Sponsored by Perrier-Jouët, San Pellegrino & Acqua Panna, and Li TV, the event held in the newly-opened Le Comptoir restaurant saw over 260 attendees, including Hong Kong and…

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beyond bordeaux & burgundy

It’s not just Bordeaux and Burgundy being served anymore in the top restaurants in Hong Kong and Macau. Increasingly, you’re just as likely to be recommended a fine bottle of limited-production Chinon, Bourgueil from France’s Loire Valley or a handmade red from Sicily’s Etna as you are a bottle of top-growth Bordeaux or grand cru Burgundy. Has the wine scene finally come of age in restaurants across the two cities? “Sommeliers and wine buyers are now exploring new alternatives to well-known…