Forum is a celebrated two Michelin-starred Chinese restaurant founded by the city’s ‘Abalone King’ Yeung Koon-yat. Yeung puts a luxurious twist on traditional Cantonese cuisine serving a menu of dishes with abalone as the star. The claypot stewed abalone made with superior broth is how he coined the accolade as the abalone expert. Honourable mentions include the braised sea cucumber and goose feet in abalone sauce, baked crab shell, tangerine sweet and sour pork and stewed bird's nest with white fungus and coconut milk. His collaboration with renowned Chef Umberto Bombana 8¹⁄₂ Otto e Mezzo Bombana for a one-off Chinese-Italian feast is an example of how Yeung continues to expand his culinary repertoire. While his abalone is excellent, Forum's other favourites, like crispy skinned fried chicken and rice wrapped in lotus leaves, are lip smacking good and won't leave a huge dent in your wallet. Meal for two:around $1,500. Up to $10,000 if you order abalone.