Traditional Cantonese restaurants owned by Yeung Koon Yat who is often called “The King of Abalone”.
Hong Kong institution Forum opened in the 1970s and continues to be a respected establishment today. The signature Ah Yat abalone, named after the owner, is Forum’s most famous offering, though that doesn’t mean you should ignore the other authentic dishes on offer: think crispy chicken, or elevated Hong Kong-style bites like roasted pork belly with Tai O shrimp paste. It’s obvious that the staff are old hands in the hospitality industry and are used to serving picky eaters—they’re ready to answer any question you throw at them.
- Braised Ah Yat abalone with goose web
- Deep-fried pork with dried mandarin peel in sweet and sour sauce
- Forum crispy chicken
Try the classic red bean soup dessert with a twist: it’s served with a red bean ice lolly, created in collaboration with local gourmet ice pop brand Nice Pops.
|Accept Credit Card||Yes|
|Bring Your Own Bottle||Yes|
|Private Room Description||9 rooms for 1-50 persons|