Quirky décor and authentic flavours set Dragon Noodles Academy in Hong Kong apart
Restaurant offers a modern take on familiar Chinese dishes and features some of the most unusual décor in town
With the décor reminiscent of a 1970s kung fu academy, diners enjoy a modern take on familiar dim sum, noodles and Chinese dishes.
This is the perfect dining experience, surrounded by artisanal craftsmanship, such as the 12 handmade lion heads, and watching noodle pulling from the open kitchen. We recommend lobster tail soup noodles, 12-hour sous-vide US bone-in short ribs or 24-hour sous-vide beef cheek in noodle soup. The Peking duck is also good. The local-themed cocktails include Chang-ers Collins, a rose and jasmine infused gin, and Eriang-shen’s martini with goji berry infused gin and some infused with traditional Chinese herbs.
Lobster tail in soup noodles
Crispy lobster puffs
Wood-oven whole Peking duck (with 8 second-course options)
Valet parking: no
Vegetarian: 20 dishes
Private rooms: 2 rooms, 11 ppl
G04, G/F, Man Yee Arcade,
Man Yee Building,
68 Des Voeux Road Central
Daily: 11.30am - 11pm
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