Man Wah is the Cantonese restaurant of Mandarin Oriental Hong Kong which sits on the 25th floor of the hotel. Offering exquisite cuisine, including dim sum in the day, Man Wah is one of the top fine-dining Chinese restaurants in the city with a Michelin star under its belt and a stunning skyline view to boot.
The restaurant was recently given a huge makeover, thanks to design studio Silverfox Studios, and the end result is absolutely gorgeous. The interior, in elegant dark azure tones, is accented with brass elements and Chinese embroidered art panels on the wall, adding a sense of refined elegance to the whole experience. But that's not all, the menu was also given a revamp with dishes that sing the song of Cantonese classics in a refined and understated manner, all the while championing these age-old flavours for a modern palate.
Seafood lovers can opt for the seemingly simple sautéed lobster cooked in a rich superior fish broth packed with flavour and umami ($588), while those that enjoy local cuisine can try a Hakka-style braised pork belly with taro ($168) which shines a light on village cuisine in the most sophisticated manner.