Imperial Treasure Fine Chinese Cuisine: Michelin-starred dining with harbour views
- Among the sought-after dishes, the signature baked crabmeat and onions in crab shell and braised Wagyu beef cheek with brown sauce are exceptional
This Singaporean concept’s outposts in London and Paris have been awarded Michelin stars, and it’s no surprise that the Hong Kong eatery has the coveted accolade, too. The boneless suckling pig stuffed with glutinous rice is world-famous and no other restaurant does it better.
Located in Tsim Sha Tsui, the Cantonese dining room provides gorgeous harbour views, while contemporary and elegant decor adds to the ambience. The food is delightful, too: try the signature baked crabmeat and onions in crab shell or the braised Wagyu beef cheek with brown sauce, which goes well with rice.
10/F, One Peking, 1 Peking Road, Tsim Sha Tsui
Roasted suckling pig with glutinous rice
Poached coral trout with crispy rice in seafood soup
Crabmeat in black pepper