ONE HARBOUR ROAD
With two-storey ceilings, stoic stone pillars and a splendid view of Victoria Harbour, One Harbour Road at the Grand Hyatt hotel is as grand as they come. Serving classic Cantonese dishes with a modern presentation, the menu is a dizzying tome filled with seafood, poultry and other luxurious meat- and vegetablebased selections. Although traditional Chinese restaurants are geared towards communal dining and big platters, at One Harbour Road many of the dishes can be ordered as an individual portion—making it easy for groups with differing palates to get along. There are many musttries, but the chef-recommended steamed Patagonian toothfish fillet with preserved vegetables in bamboo basket stands out in particular, with its creamy and savoury-sweet notes that remind us of a Cantonese version of miso cod. Round off the meal with a carb-based dish as per Cantonese banquet customs, with the beautifully rich Australian wagyu beef and foid gras fried rice with egg, spring onion and Yunnan termite mushroom sauce Enjoy with a glass of wine from the extensive 24-page menu featuring tipples from around the world.
Man Wah’s elegant dining room
Although there is dim sum on the weekends, Man Wah serves more than just Cantonese food