Restaurant
Man Wah

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Chinese, Cantonese, 
Central
$ $ $ $
Mon – Fri 12:00-14:30
18:00-22:00
Sat – Sun 11:30-14:30
18:00-22:00

Mandarin Oriental’s traditional Cantonese establishment has received a major facelift thanks to a six-month-long renovation, marking a new chapter in its 53-year tenure

Tatler Says

After more than 50 years of drawing well-heeled patrons to its 25th-floor eyrie, Man Wah has emerged from a major revamp. The expanded dining room is more sumptuous, with blue lacquered walls, brass trim, embroidered wall panels, hand-woven carpet and terrific city and harbour views. Executive Chinese chef Wong Wing- Keung oversees a menu of Cantonese classics updated with modern presentations. Alongside old favourites are new signatures such as deep-fried matsutake mushroom pudding and sauteed lobster tail in a superior fish broth, topped with shaved dried mullet roe. An extensive selection of premium teas complements the wine list.

Signature Dishes

  • Deep-fried matsutake mushroom pudding
  • Sauteed lobster, superior fish broth
  • Classic barbecued duck feet with barbecued pork belly

Tatler Tip

Couples should request window tables for the best views, while small groups may prefer the prettier main dining room.

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