Inside Lung King Heen: The First Chinese Dining Establishment To Get 3 Michelin Stars|TIME

Lung King Heen is just one of 2 Cantonese dining establishments to hold 3 Michelin celebrities in Hong Kong as well as among simply 5 on the planet.
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Inside Lung King Heen: The First Chinese Dining Establishment To Get 3 Michelin Stars|TIME.


24 thoughts on “Inside Lung King Heen: The First Chinese Dining Establishment To Get 3 Michelin Stars|TIME”

  1. Great video. And a great view of quality Cantonese cuisine at the top of the pyramid. It was much more enjoyable watching this real kitchen action and those of many other Michelin-star places where they spend so much time dressing up the plates and forget about the food quality.

  2. I love how he embodies traditional asian values into his restaurant. It's a family. His staffs are his partners and the customers his children. With all the intense culinary competition and high tension in michelin starred restaurants in the west this is such a delightful relief.

  3. i dont understand why asian cuisine need those so called michelin stars to prove their worth. Since when does asian cuisine need the approval of some westerners to be considered of high quality? It always has been, and always will be. I dont see any western restaurants consider any asian organisation to be an recognised authority, they always take themselves as standard of measurement somehow.

  4. Few people understand not only how hard it is to get three stars, but more so to maintain them. Unbelievable that they have kept that level of excellence for ten years. Incredible!

  5. But these kind of restaurants are not "traditional" anyway, society changes and cultures merge, Chinese people don't see these are good Chinese restaurants or think them as "Western", we just see them as good restaurants well if they are good, french italian Chinese Korean, in the end of the day, if the food was good and dining experience is comfortable, what's the harm? You can just call them "mixed cultured" restaurants, It's really just a white people thinking, only consider their way is the best and trying to inject pedigree into everything, you know things you do when try to look fancy, it's really stupid if you ask me. We don't, not really, food is for people not dukes.

  6. Let’s be honest, Asian cuisines are complicated and difficult to master. The most difficult part is to use basic food material to crest a delicious dish while in the west will use expensive materials. If you throw a live lobster in a pot and it will come out tasty.

  7. Michelin don’t know shit about Asian food. The chefs would put the stars on their resume but honestly we don’t really give a shit about no Michelin. How would Americans feel if Asians judge their food by some star system created by Asians? Vice versa

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