The weather was certainly not cooperating for us to take full advantage of being in a restaurant with a killer view of the city, up high from Level 102 of one of the tallest buildings in the world at The Ritz-Carlton. We hardly saw anything outside as it was raining hard on the night of our visit, but nonetheless, I love the interior of the restaurant, tastefully designed with a mix of modern and traditional elements with high ceiling, lacquer and leather furniture and spacious dining area in a luxury yet comfortable setting.
To me this is one of those places I would save for special occasions or to entertain out-of-town visitors. Not our everyday meal, but I thought everything (well, almost everything) was done right the night we were there and worth splurging on, well, every now and then.
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When? September 5 2016
Where? Tin Lung Heen, Ritz-Carlton Hong Kong, Level 102 International Commerce Centre, West Kowloon, Hong Kong
Menu Highlights? Braised pork belly with supreme black vinegar (龍軒東坡肉)