Hai Tien Lo

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WHY GO

Re­fined Can­tonese cui­sine served in el­e­gant sur­rounds. Its pri­vate room, fea­tur­ing a grand 20-seater round ta­ble, is a favourite with gov­ern­ment of­fi­cials host­ing im­por­tant guests.

TATLER TIPS

Semi-pri­vate al­cove ta­bles are avail­able, but ta­bles along the bal­cony over­look­ing the ho­tel lobby of­fer bet­ter van­tage points for peo­ple-watch­ing. As an ap­pe­tiser, the pan-fried foie gras with smoked duck is an ex­cel­lent choice; the creami­ness of the foie gras com­ple­ments the gamey duck meat. The pan-fried foie gras with braised abalone ex­hibits the two cook­ing styles of brais­ing and pan-fry­ing to per­fec­tion. A must-try is the braised bean­curd with minced pork and pine mush­rooms, el­e­vated with the chef’s de­li­cious home­made XO chilli sauce

Week­day dim sum buf­fet chilled home­made bean­curd

Hai Tien Lo week­day dim sum - high­lights

Sea perch fil­let two ways

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