HK$600 per per­son

T.Dining by Hong Kong Tatler - - Hong Kong Restaurants -

18 Chak Che­ung Street, Sha Tin, Hong Kong

TEL: +852 3723 1234 www.hy­at­tre­gen­cy­hongkong

Serv­ing some of the best roasted Pek­ing ducks in town, Sha Tin 18 con­tin­ues to cap­ture the at­ten­tion of Chi­nese cui­sine lovers from lo­cal and abroad. The kitchen con­sis­tently dishes out out­stand­ing cui­sine orig­i­nat­ing from the Guang­dong prov­ince, cov­er­ing Dong­guan, Shunde and Guangzhou clas­sics that may seem for­got­ten or lost amidst the ever grow­ing pop­u­lar­ity of Can­tonese cui­sine. Oc­cu­py­ing one en­tire floor of the ho­tel, over­look­ing the green­ery of the New Ter­ri­to­ries, Sha Tin 18 in­vites guests to un­wind over good food while watch­ing how food are pre­pared in the semi-open show kitchen. Bar­be­cue spe­cial­ties and cold dishes are unique, a col­lec­tion of dishes best for whet­ting appetites be­fore or­der­ing the sig­na­ture Pek­ing duck, carved ta­ble­side and en­joyed with a va­ri­ety of condi­ments. Stir-fries and meaty braises are also pop­u­lar at the restau­rant, but one should save room for the restau­rant’s spe­cially crafted homemade Western desserts in­fused with Chi­nese in­gre­di­ents. Ser­vice is friendly and at­ten­tive with lit­tle to fault when it comes to staff’s fa­mil­iar­ity with the menu’s of­fer­ings. In short, Sha Tin 18 is a great place for fam­ily gath­er­ings over high-stan­dard Can­tonese clas­sics.

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