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Gourmet Can­tonese cui­sine pre­pared us­ing tra­di­tional cook­ing meth­ods with an em­pha­sis on pre­mium and fresh in­gre­di­ents beck­ons din­ers to this con­tem­po­rary restau­rant.

Soups, be­ing a sta­ple of Can­tonese cui­sine, is a palatepleas­ing way to start. The diced fresh scal­lop and prawn bisque is whole­some with its thick, flavour­ful broth while the double-boiled ‘Tian Ma’ fish head soup is in­fused with Chi­nese herbs and burst­ing with sweet­ness and flavours.

The bar­beque Span­ish pork ribs are de­li­cious with a nice sliver of fat in the mid­dle en­hanc­ing its flavour. Fish lovers can choose from a good va­ri­ety of sea-based or fresh­wa­ter fish, with the gi­ant grouper steamed in supreme soy sauce be­ing a good choice for group din­ers.

Desserts-wise, an as­sort­ment of hot and chilled liq­uids makes for a de­lec­ta­ble end­ing to the meal. Choose from dou­ble­boiled hasma in soya milk with sago, chilled co­conut pud­ding or chilled os­man­thus cake.

Aside from the a la carte menu, the restau­rant sees dim sum be­ing served at lunch hours as well. Along with clas­sic dim sum dishes, Grand Har­bour has spe­cialty dim sum unique only to them such as the swan-shaped crispy durian puff.

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