Ming Court - Hongkong
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Directions to Ming Court
Located at the Langham Place Hotel, Ming Court is a two Michelin Star restaurant, and one of the best in Hong Kong. Inside is like an art gallery, with modern décor paired with a collection of Ming Dynasty pottery.
Ming Court has an a la carte menu which includes Dim sum, appetizers, rice casseroles, noodles, rice meals, barbecued meats, etc. They also have a variety of set meal recommendations for groups. You can start off with the BBQ Combination for the appetizer which includes Roasted Suckling Pig, Barbecued Pork with Honey Sauce, and Chiu Chow Style Roasted Goose. Try the Crispy Chef’s Chicken or the Stir-fried Diced Wagyu Beef with Black Truffles and Pumpkin for the main. Ming Court also has a collection of more than 350 fine wines. Price ranges from HK$300-HK$600 per head.
Reservations are recommended. You can visit Tokoro Whisky Bar on the 3rd floor for some after dinner drinks.
Lunch: 11am – 2:30pm Monday – Saturday, 11am – 3pm on Sundays and public holidays
Dinner: 6pm – 10:30pm daily
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