2009 Michelin Guide Hong Kong and Macau

Posted on: December 18, 2008

Please do NOT waste your hard earned $$$ on this book. Just hire me and I will complete all prior research and legwork (food tasting, food selection and cost estimation) for you.  I am not convinced that the Michelin folks know the ins and outs of HK cafe and restaurant when they don’t even include” Nine Kee Beef Brisket 九記牛腩” and “Chung Kee Dessert 松記糖水” in the publication.  I missed Nine Kee b/c their GM (owners’ son) was in surgery when I was there to visit.  The secret indigence in the beef stew is only passed down from fathers to sons within the family.   “Lung King Heen 龍景軒” of the Four Seasons Hong Kong offers spectacular sea views and expensive Cantonese food made by the award winning chefs but in no way could this restaurant possibly be rated “3 stars”  I am sorry to say that the food is made for foreigners and I don’t find them that amazing to me.  Perhaps the guide is designed for other admirers.

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