Lung King Heen is one of two Cantonese restaurants to hold three Michelin stars in Hong Kong and one of just five in the world.
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Inside Lung King Heen: The First Chinese Restaurant To Receive Three Michelin Stars | TIME


25 thoughts on “Inside Lung King Heen: The First Chinese Restaurant To Receive Three Michelin Stars | TIME”

  1. I like how chef Chan said it's not like he had the passion or ambition. More often it's the hardwork, effort and consistency that go first. Over time passion finds you.

  2. love to see the head chef act so humble and look at his staff with such respect. its no wonder hes able to keep three stars since he doesn't cook for himself but for his culture, for his staff, and for his customers

  3. fwiw "ambition" is mistranslated, it's more like "ideal" or some sort of high-minded purpose or reason, to contrast with the more down-to-earth and practical needs of his situation at the time.

  4. Michelin really has no place in China in terms of recommending good restaurant! It is so out of depth and only confines its recommendations to big cities like HK, SH, BJ… where the tourists go! No good!

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