Tin Lung Heen

Tin Lung Heen

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102/F, The Ritz-Carlton Hong Kong, International Commerce Centre, 1 Austin Road West, Tsim Sha Tsui
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Full Address 
102/F, The Ritz-Carlton Hong Kong, International Commerce Centre, 1 Austin Road West, Tsim Sha Tsui
Chinese Address 
尖沙咀柯士甸道西1號環球貿易廣場(ICC)香港麗思卡爾頓酒店102樓
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Free Corkage 
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The prices are as high as the restaurant, but the striking views are almost secondary to the stunning food, serving some of the best examples of classic Canto food in the city.
10 reviews
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Don’t miss the barbecued Iberian pork with honey, likely one of the most tender renditions of the classic you’ll encounter. A dim sum menu is offered at lunchtime; try the rice rolls with Wagyu beef, shrimp dumplings with black truffle or deep-fried crab cake.

60%
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My favourite dish was char-grilled barbecued Iberian pork (HK$218). Although it could have used more char, the meat was wonderfully succulent and tender.

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The sky-high prices may seem imaginative when presented with the petite portion sizes, but what guests are really paying for are the views.

75%
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Whole Peking duck is elegantly presented tableside, or savor delicate preparations such as fried bone marrow.

70%
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The double-boiled chicken soup with fish maw was refreshing and the chicken and maw tender, but the soup itself was a tad too sweet and heavily infused by the coconut for my taste.

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It serves fine Cantonese cuisine and dim sums in a glamourous setting featuring high ceilings, Chinese-styled chandeliers and a spectacular harbor view.

80%
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You would be seriously mistaken if you thought all cha siu (roast pork) tastes alike, for what I had that night was the thickest, juiciest and tenderest cha siu I ever tasted.

60%
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Tin Lung Heen takes around a Century to confirm a table booking, so if you must visit this newly built 102th floor Chinese restaurant - it is imperative to book from at least a month or two ahead! Our group of diners coming by here had high anticipation of course.

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I haven't been to the Four Seasons Lung King Heen, but I think we would have been better off spending our money there. Or maybe saving it and eating in a da pai dong to share with our overseas guest a local experience.

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I daresay the best chasiu I've had in recent years.