Summer Palace: The superior à la carte menu and delightful yum cha have diners coming back for more
- Dishes such as sea whelk consommé with ginseng and braised whole abalone in oyster sauce don’t disappoint
If you’re looking to impress your dinner or lunch guests then look no further than Summer Palace. Yum cha is extremely popular at this restaurant and favourites include scallop and spinach dumplings, baked barbecue pork buns, Chinese sausage buns and silky smooth rice rolls.
For dessert, the baked sago pudding is a traditional item that is rare to find and even harder to perfect, but Summer Palace does it exceptionally well.
The à la carte menu features double-boiled soups such as sea whelk consommé with ginseng, braised whole abalone in oyster sauce, and stir-fried fresh lobster with crispy preserved vegetable and crispy rice.
Level 5, Pacific Place, Supreme Court Road, Admiralty
Stir-fried fresh lobster with crispy preserved vegetable, goji berries, crispy rice, spring onions, onions and shallots
Steamed fresh crab claw with egg white in lobster bisque