Ye Shanghai - Hongkong
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Directions to Ye Shanghai
Awarded 1 Michelin Star, one branch is located in the Pacific Place shopping center, Admiralty, and the other one is in Tsim Sha Tsui in the Marco Polo Hong Kong Hotel . The 3rd floor Pacific Place location is known for being very busy, often filled with business professionals for lunch, while the TST location has a more relaxed ambience. Often compared to Din Tai Fung (?????), this chain celebrates Shanghaiese tradition through its culinary creations. The attentive but not pushy service, contemporary, sharp-lined, wood-paneled décor, and food quality are all very consistent.
Besides having a lighter, healthier spin on traditionally heavier Shanghaiese food, Ye Shanghai is also known for delicately fusing Cantonese dim sum elements into their Shanghaiese base, especially at lunch. They have both a la carte and set menus. Favorite dishes include the delicious Spring Onion Cake, Shredded chicken in chili oil, Pork dumplings and black truffle, Shanghai cabbage with shredded salty pork, and Sautéed river shrimp, as well as classics such as Xiao Long Bao dumplings, Shanghaiese Spring rolls, and Sautéed minced chicken with pine nuts and sesame pastry pockets.
Expect to pay HKD 200 - 350 per person lunch, HKD 300 – 500 for dinner.
Hours: Open daily, 11:30-14:30 for lunch, 18:00-22:30 for dinner.
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