Lung Hin

Philippine Tatler Best Restaurants - - CANTONESE -

WHY GO

The food is ex­cel­lent, su­perbly creative and is truly one of the best Chi­nese restau­rants in the city.

TATLER TIPS

Ditch the lau­riat, bring a friend, share and eat light. Yes, this is pos­si­ble in a great Chi­nese restau­rant like Lung Hin. For starters, the mush­room dumpling is a dif­fer­ent but de­li­cious taste. Treat your­self to Pek­ing duck then go to the more fill­ing baked tiger prawns with cheese and but­ter sauce for your main. Fin­ish off with the Hot Al­mond Milk with black sesame gluti­nous rice balls to set­tle the palate af­ter this burst of flavours. What is so great about this restau­rant is that you can en­joy a light lunch or a big din­ner in a quiet and el­e­gant set­ting with a view of the Or­ti­gas sky­line if you hap­pen to sit at one of the ta­bles by the side with a view.

Baked tiger prawns with cheese and but­ter sauce

Mar­i­nated cu­cum­ber with wasabi and vine­gar

Dragon fruit with bird nest

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