Amber at the Mandarin Oriental

Amber’selegant dining room offers tempting contemporary French dishes from thetalent-filled kitchen of Chef Richard Ekkebus. The Mandarin Mandarin Orientalis a sleek urban retreat in a stylish skyscraper, set above the luxuriousLandmark mall.

Whether you're in townfor business, pleasure or a mix of the two, the Mandarin Oriental in the heart of Hong Kong's shoppingdistrict has your bases covered. A sleek scene-y bar, a two-floor day spa andcontemporary guest rooms fill this stylish skyscraper above the Landmark mall,but those in search of perfectly executed fine dining head straight toshowstopping restaurant Amber…  

Amber restaurant is the place to go if you're out to impress

Gourmet credentials – With two Michelin stars and a host of placings on world’s best restaurant lists, Amber is a chic, golden-toned temple to modern French cuisine. Dutch-born chef Richard Ekkebus oversees a kitchen that brings classical European culinary tradition into cahoots with Hong Kong’s East-meets-West ingredient-sourcing possibilities, resulting in a wonderfully inventive seasonal menu.  Amber’s express lunches are popular with the office crowd, but the evening tasting menu is designed to wow, with signature specialities including foie gras and raspberry lollipops and Hokkaido sea urchins with lobster jelly.

Top tipple – With 1,100 labels in the wine cellar, you need a sommelier who knows his way around. Luckily, Amber’s John Chan has an ear-encyclopaedic knowledge of his charges, and maintains a wide variety of Old World French wines to suit Ekkebus’ cuisine, alongside a host of New World wonders and an expertly curated global spirit selection (15 types of rum,anyone?).      

Highlights – 

– Two Michelin star and a host of awards

– Refined contemporary French cuisine

– 1100-label wine cellar

Rates from £356.10 per night

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