Amber at the Landmark Mandarin, a two-Michelin-star fine-dining restaurant in Hong Kong’s Central district, has been inundated with bookings recently. Photo: Landmark Mandarin Oriental Amber at the Landmark Mandarin, a two-Michelin-star fine-dining restaurant in Hong Kong’s Central district, has been inundated with bookings recently. Photo: Landmark Mandarin Oriental
Amber at the Landmark Mandarin, a two-Michelin-star fine-dining restaurant in Hong Kong’s Central district, has been inundated with bookings recently. Photo: Landmark Mandarin Oriental
Susan Jung
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Feast or Famine by Susan Jung

Hong Kong high-end restaurants booked out by diners with nowhere else to go

  • You would never know the food and beverage industry is in crisis - to get a table at some of the most popular restaurants you have to book two months ahead
  • My friends and I joke that we’re planning meals the way we did on holiday in Tokyo – we make a reservation for our next visit before leaving the restaurant

Amber at the Landmark Mandarin, a two-Michelin-star fine-dining restaurant in Hong Kong’s Central district, has been inundated with bookings recently. Photo: Landmark Mandarin Oriental Amber at the Landmark Mandarin, a two-Michelin-star fine-dining restaurant in Hong Kong’s Central district, has been inundated with bookings recently. Photo: Landmark Mandarin Oriental
Amber at the Landmark Mandarin, a two-Michelin-star fine-dining restaurant in Hong Kong’s Central district, has been inundated with bookings recently. Photo: Landmark Mandarin Oriental
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Susan Jung

Susan Jung

Susan Jung trained as a pastry chef and worked in hotels, restaurants and bakeries in San Francisco, New York and Hong Kong before joining the Post. She is academy chair for Hong Kong, Macau and Taiwan for the World's 50 Best Restaurants and Asia's 50 Best Restaurants.