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Sweet and sour pork
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New restaurant The Queen opens at FWD House 1881

A team of renowned chefs comes together in the opening of new Chinese restaurant


Another new restaurant graces FWD House 1881 this season, this time in the way of an exciting new Chinese restaurant that sees three renowned chefs come together in a kitchen full of talent. The Queen joins two other recent openings in a beautifully preserved colonial building: the family-style modern French restaurant Odea, and new steak house, The Steak Room.

The Queen's beetroot dumplings

The new addition to FWD House 1881 is helmed by Chef Ki Pak Chan, previously of the Michelin-starred Wing Lei at the Wynn Macau. He is joined by two more revered chefs, the 'spice master' Lee Chi Kwong, and chef Saito Chau, who has made his name in recent years at the popular eateries Dim Sum Library and John Anthony. The three join forces in this new restaurant to bring diners classic Chinese cuisine. The signature menu features a range of dim sum including steamed Shanghai dumplings in spicy soup, beetroot rolls, steamed rice rolls with crispy shrimp, kimchi radish cake, to name a few. For the mains, diners can expect offerings like black truffle crispy chicken with chive sauce, Sichuan-style lobster and tofu, sweet and sour pork, seasonal vegetables with geoduck in broth, and much more. These really are exciting times for foodies in Hong Kong.

Doors are open now, and for reservations, call 3988 0188, or WhatsApp 6737 0980.

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