Christmas dinner at Hong Kong Michelin Restaurants 2011 Part 1

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  1. Hong Kong restaurants that have made it into the Hong Kong Michelin Awards 2011 (米芝蓮指南香港澳門 2011) are some of the cheapest restaurants in the whole world. Fresh from the oven, a total of 257 restaurants and hotels are listed and 64 out of 257 restaurants are rising star novelties in the world of Michelin. With more than 60 one star to three star restaurants awarded the prestigious Michelin award, Hong Kong has one of the highest concentrations of Michelin restaurants in the Asia Pacific region.
    Most of us have experienced it: everybody from Uncle Joe to your nephew Sam to Great-Aunt Betsy are gathered for the holidays and, although the gorging on cookies and consuming copious amounts of eggnog have been fun enough, everybody’s getting a serious case of cabin fever. It might be a couple days before Christmas yet, or it might be Boxing day — whatever it is, there’s just not enough to keep everybody happy (especially the other half). Which Hong Kong Michelin Restaurant is going to get her out of the house and soaking in the cheer together? Which three star Michelin restaurants are going to be fun and worthwhile for you to blow the expense account away?
    Santa Claus is will be in the lobby of the Four Seasons Hotel after you finish dining at Caprice.
    Caprice is offering a special menu on both the 24th of Christmas eve and 25th Christmas Day. Starting of with Oysters as appetizers and fois gras, Guinea Sowl Capon for mains accompanied by different cheeses and rich desserts for HKD 2480 plus 10% service charge. The highlight is the Christmas Day Lunch on the 25th with Venison, fois gras and truffles for HKD2800. House wines are yet to be determined but they usually are served in pairs.
    For New Year’s Eve dinner, Caprice, a stalwart three star Michelin restaurant is serving Lobster for appetizers with goose fois gras, Sea Bass, Capon, cheese assortments with chocolates for HKD 3680 per person plus service charge of 10%.
    Lung King Heen, is a family friendly Cantonese Restaurant famous for being the one and only Chinese three star Michelin Restaurant in the world. The Abalone Pastries, Garoupa Steamed Rice rolls and Truffle Shao Mai are just a sample of the extravagant ingredients used in their dim sum. Sorry folks, Lung King Heen is fulling booked for both Christmas eve, Christmas Day and New Year’s Eve. Their reservations were full by September this year.
    Traditional Hong Kong local delicacy Shark's Fin soup in Salted Ham clear broth.
    Sun Tung Lok Sharks Fin Restaurant is a classic Shark’s Fin soup restaurant situated at the Miramar Hotel. Branded a fresh new Michelin three star Restaurant their shark’s fin soup tastes authentic and the Chinese ham that is used as soup base gives off a great aroma which is an acquired taste really. Chinese restaurants are always family friendly and Sun Tung Lok is not an exception. There are no festive Christmas set dinners at this new three star family friendly Michelin restaurant but be sure to make a reservations if you are visiting for Christmas.
    Two Michelin star Chef Richard Ekkebus extends a warm invitation to sample his range of superb festive menus this Christmas and New Year at Amber. You can look forward to a feast for all the senses at Amber: elegant surroundings, soft candies and seasonal decorations, while the mouth-watering cuisine of Chef Ekkebus is guaranteed to stimulate the palate.
    Considering Amber as a venue for your festive celebration?
    There are two different set menus: the Christmas Eve 8-course dinner tasting menu is HK$2,388 and the Christmas Day 6-course premium wine lunch with 5 wines HK$988. Less pricier options include the Christmas Day 6-course gourmet dinner for HK$1,288 and Sommelier Hervé Pennequin adds a seasonal touch to Amber’s popular wine lunch at the Boxing Day 6-course festive wine lunch with 4 wines that cost HK$698.
    Celebrate New Year Eve in pure luxury with Chef Ekkebus’ ultimate gastronomic menu. Starting with the pre-dinner champagne cocktail, you will continue your journey towards 2011 with a gourmet feast for all the senses. New Years Day 6-course festive wine lunch at Amber with 4 wines at HK$698. The dress code is smart casual and children between 3 and 12 are charged 70% of the menu price but if you have kids under 12 then bring them elsewhere like family friendly Hong Kong Michelin Restaurants 2011.

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