Lung King Heen

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Lung King Heen
Restaurant information
Head chef Chan Yan-tak (陳恩德)
Food type Cantonese cuisine
Dress code Smart casual
Rating 3 Michelin stars Michelin Guide 2008–present
5 stars Forbes Travel Guide 2013
Street address Podium 4, Four Seasons Hotel, 8 Finance Street, Central
City Central, Victoria City
Country Hong Kong
Coordinates 22°17′13″N 114°9′22″E / 22.28694°N 114.15611°E / 22.28694; 114.15611Coordinates: 22°17′13″N 114°9′22″E / 22.28694°N 114.15611°E / 22.28694; 114.15611
Reservations recommended

Lung King Heen (Chinese: 龍景軒; pinyin: Lóng Jǐngxuān; Jyutping: Lung4 Ging2hin1) is a fine dining Cantonese restaurant in the Four Seasons Hotel Hong Kong. It is helmed by Chef de cuisine Chan Yan-tak, who came out of early retirement in 2002 for the Hotel.[1]

It is the only Cantonese restaurant in Hong Kong that has been awarded the maximum 3 Michelin stars by the 2009 Hong Kong and Macau edition of the Michelin Guide.[2][3][4]

In 2010, the restaurant's homemade XO sauce was listed as the 'Best condiment' on the Hong Kong Best Eats 2010 list compiled by CNN Travel.[5]

Lung King Heen was added to Forbes Travel Guide's list of 5 stars restaurants in January 2014.[6]


  1. ^ Li, Zoe (8 December 2009). "Questions for Chan Yan Tak, Lung King Heen's 3-star Michelin chef". CNN Travel. Retrieved 6 December 2012.
  2. ^ Lim, Le-Min (2 December 2008). "Michelin Hong Kong Gives 3 Stars to 2 Restaurants (Update1)". Bloomberg. Retrieved 6 December 2012.
  3. ^ Kühn, Kerstin (26 November 2009). "Four Seasons hotel sets world record in new Michelin Hong Kong guide". CatererSearch. Reed Business Information. Retrieved 5 December 2009.
  4. ^ Lam, Tiffany (1 December 2009). "Hong Kong restaurants to avoid right now: Michelin guide's newest stars, the complete list". CNN Travel. Retrieved 6 December 2012.
  5. ^ "Winners of Hong Kong Best Eats 2010: The best of the best of our selection of Hong Kong's most noteworthy dishes and restaurants". CNN Travel. 18 October 2010. Retrieved 6 December 2012.
  6. ^ Nancy Trejos (22 January 2014). "Forbes Travel Guide names Five-Star properties". USA TODAY.

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