100 Top Tables 2022 - Chinese

Not to be missed by fans of classic Cantonese fare, Yue in Sheraton Tung Chung is a huge space flooded with natural light and an ambience to lift the spirits

With a chef who has earned his reputation among the city’s foodies, Yuè offers traditional Cantonese cuisine: the deep-fried crispy chicken is a favourite


Designed for the well-heeled crowd and an exemplary example of Chinese fine dining, Yong Fu is famed for its drunken crab, which is second to none

The ambience and dishes are opulent at the two-Michelin-starred Ying Jee Club, where Chinese fine dining comes with a contemporary twist

A trusted choice for fine Chinese cuisine even before being accorded a Michelin star, Yat Tung Heen is reminiscent of tea houses of the 60s

The opulent and refined Cantonese fare at Yan Toh Heen, where jade is the decor theme, is accompanied by spectacular views of the harbour

Taizhou cuisine arrived in Hong Kong thanks to Xin Rong Ji; fish is a prominent feature and the dishes are the epitome of refined execution

Whether you’re a traditionalist or crave innovation, Wing ticks both boxes with its twists in the ingredients and modern refinement in presentation

Boasting some of the best views of the skyline, Tin Lung Heen has a menu that is as stellar, with the dim sum being extremely popular

Known for using classic ingredients and flavours in innovative and exquisite ways, The Chairman is one of the hottest Chinese restaurants in town

The second three-Michelin-starred Chinese restaurant in Hong Kong, T’ang Court presents refined Cantonese cuisine in an elegant and exquisite setting

Yum cha is extremely popular at Summer Palace, a Cantonese institution that has been held in high regard by loyal patrons for more than a decade

Raising the bar for traditional Cantonese cuisine, Seventh Son Restaurant prepares its dishes with refined techniques and great attention to detail

The indulgent fine dining Cantonese menu at the Shang Palace features time-honoured traditional preparations presented with a modern flair

Drawing inspiration from a tea pavilion, Rùn offers a range of dim sum, barbecued meats and seafood dishes to demonstrate Cantonese fine dining at its best

Interiors of One Harbour Road are inspired by a taipan’s mansion, while the menu combines classic traditions and techniques with contemporary presentation

Traditional Chinese flavours are extracted from premium ingredients around the world at Mott 32; the name is inspired by New York’s first Chinese grocery shop

Only the freshest and highest-quality ingredients from around the world at Ming Court, along with a carefully curated wine list; reserve a table in advance

Regional classics with innovative twists as well as gorgeous presentation and plating are the highlights at Mián, which sports modern interiors

The time-honoured traditions of Cantonese cuisine, through both dim sum and à la carte offerings, are celebrated at Man Wah which first opened in 1968

The menu at Man Ho pushes boundaries with an innovative approach to traditional Cantonese fare, while highlighting local produce and ingredients

Dining at Lung King Heen, the world’s first Chinese restaurant to be awarded three Michelin stars, feels as indulgent as you would expect it to be

The Michelin-starred restaurant lives up to its billing, with elegant interiors, panoramic views, and a boneless suckling pig that has a well-deserved reputation

Hutong offers weekend brunches that feature a generous selection of the restaurant’s appetisers, signature dishes and desserts

While the view of the harbour is splendid, it does not distract from Hung Tong’s innovative approach to classic Cantonese fare

Cantonese and Hakka are the highlights of Hoi King Heen, a stalwart of fine dining that offers unique combinations of flavours for a rare dining experience

For those looking to impress their guests, Forum is a popular choices with its fresh abalone signature and array of dim sum on the lunch menu

If you’re looking for a fresh spin on traditional Cantonese fare, Dynasty, known as the “tycoon’s canteen” has cultivated a reputation for it over four decades

Boasting a quintessentially 21st century aesthetic, Dong Lai Shun specialises in northern Chinese cuisine, in particular, dishes from Beijing and Huaiyang