Man Wah at the Mandarin Oriental Hong Kong is a Michelin-starred Cantonese institution that has undergone extensive renovations in 2021.
The restaurant is located on the 25th floor of the hotel, offering uninterrupted views of the fragrant harbour and the jaw-dropping Hong Kong skyline.
The cuisine at Man Wah is just as impressive as its view. We recommend that you try the lunch menu. It's the best way to sample Cantonese cuisine and features five courses with petit fours that you might not experience outside of restaurants in Hong Kong.
You will love the crab meat and crab roe puff is a standout dish, stuffed with juicy and sweet crab meat. It is a perfect delicacy for the ongoing hairy crab season in China.
The nourishing boiled soup, made with heritage carrots of varying colours and Chinese herbal/medicinal ingredients, is a healthy yet tasty dish that delivers Hong Kong's equivalent of a "hot toddy," which can starve most illnesses like a common cold.
The main course section is finished off with braised rice and whole Japanese Yoshihama abalone, a status-symbol ingredient that adds a luxurious touch to the meal.
To end a perfect dinner you absolutely must try the almond cream, egg white, and sesame dumpling.
Make sure you put Man Wah top of your list of restaurants to visit when you next fly into Hong Kong.
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