The ninth Hong Kong/Ma­cao edition of the famed din­ing guide high­lights an ar­ray of restau­rants where chefs have spe­cial gifts, Mike Peters re­ports.

China Daily (Hong Kong) - - LIFE -

hat does it take to earn a Miche­lin star — or three? “Ex­cep­tional cook­ing”, the 2017 Miche­lin Guide for Hong Kong and Ma­cao says suc­cinctly, then adding: “When award­ing one, two or three Miche­lin stars, there are a num­ber of fac­tors we con­sider: the qual­ity and com­pat­i­bil­ity of the in­gre­di­ents, the tech­ni­cal skill and flair that goes into the prepa­ra­tion, the clar­ity and com­bi­na­tion of fla­vors, the value for money, and above all, the taste.” Am­bi­ence and his­tory can im­press din­ers, but the anony­mous judges are fo­cused on the food, so we did, too. China Daily pre­sents a se­lec­tion of sig­na­ture dishes from some of the most talked-about restau­rants in the guide.

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