Chef Tam’s love for world cuisine definitely shows through at this multiple-award-winning, Michelin-starred restaurant, so aptly named for its blend of showmanship and refinement. Seafood is definitely the chef’s speciality, one of the best ingredients with which to demonstrate traditional Chinese cooking techniques, suitable for creating personalised menus.
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Listed as one of South China Morning Post 100 Top Tables in 2017, Pearl Dragon also counts “Asia’s 50’s Best Restaurants” amongst its accolades this year. But diners come for much more than just a name. Cantonese cuisine is taken to the next level with a fine interpretation of the classics, from lychee wood barbecue to seafood. Homemade hot desserts takes its rightful place on the menu with a full page of options.
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This Cantonese restaurant that just gained one Michelin star is celebrating the honour with a lunch and dinner menu that allows diners to taste Chef de Cuisine Tim Lam’s signature dishes. This is also a great chance to try wine-pairing with Chinese food, as Ying’s large cellar is purposely built to fulfil your gastronomic indulgence.
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