Red Seasons Aroma Restaurant - Hongkong
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Directions to Red Seasons Aroma Restaurant
One of the recommended restaurants in the Michelin Guide Hong Kong 2011, Red Seasons Aroma Restaurant is both a local and foreigner favorite. Most noticeable from the outside is a mob of eager diners waiting to be seated.
Red Seasons has an a la carte menu serving Cantonese food. Their specialties are the following: Pig Lung and Pork Belly Pak Choy Soup, Fried Lotus Root Pancake, Deep Fried Fresh Squid with Cashew Nuts, Grilled Ribs in Plum Sauce, and the Char-grilled Suckling Pig. Expect to pay about HK$120 – HK$250.
Prior reservations are recommended. Open until 11pm. You can visit the Tuen Mun Park for relaxation after your meal.
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