Fook Lam Moon

Restaurant 35-45 Johnston Road, Hong Kong, China Published on: 10-08-2016

11:30 AM - 11:00 PM
Restaurant
A-la-carte
Fine Dining
BBQ
25.79 - 51.58 USD

Fook Lam Moon is good for

Good for family with kids Family with kids Good
Good for senior Senior Good
Good for couple Couple Good
Good for solo Solo Good
Good for group Group Good
  • Highly recommended by fellow travellers.
Fook Lam Moon is known as a high class Chinese restaurant in Hong Kong. Its name refers to “fortune and blessings arriving at your doorsteps”

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Why Fook Lam Moon is special ?

The entrance at Fook Lam Moon is a flurry of activity. Expedient valets will usher in regular patrons before whisking their ostentatious show cars off to a hidden carpark. Hostesses will then greet you at the foyer and guide you through to the lifts and onto your floor. The interior is well lit like a family dining room, soothing to the eye with a simple, minimalist décor and neutral palette of beige and brown woods. Tables are spaced comfortably, but the low ceilings may lead to a slightly noisy and claustrophobic feeling, especially during the bustling peak dinner times.


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Must try dishes:


Deep Fried Beancurd Skin with Prawns (HK$60).


The Salted Custard Liu Sha Bao (HK$50)


Crispy Chicken (HK$210)


Double-Boiled Chicken stuffed with Bird’s Nest


Stuffed Baked Crab


Sauteed Fresh Lobster


Braised Dried Abalone.

Selling points

  • Top-notch Hong Kong Cantonese Food
  • This is the place for Dim Sum
  • Very fresh good food
  • Efficient Service
  • Char siew to die for

Facilities

  • Main cuisine Chinese
  • Noise level Normal
  • Budget Medium
  • Alcohol YES
  • Air condition YES
  • Had kid menu NO
  • Accept credit card YES
  • Serve breakfast NO
  • Serve halal NO
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Duration
1.0 day
Estimated
42.74 USD
Total travel distance
km
Number of places
10 places

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Address

35-45 Johnston Road, Hong Kong, China

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Tips for you

  • Prices are on the high end of similarly classed Hong Kong Chinese restaurants.
    Prices
  • A barbecued suckling pig (HK$1200) that feeds approximately 6 people as well as a page of other dishes, are available for pre-ordering.
    Service
  • The restaurant charge 10% service
    Service
  • Efficient and extensive service
    Service

Reviews

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Best char siew bao in Hong Kong

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Very good crispy pork yummy yummy ??luv it

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Best shark fin soup in town

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A must-try restaurant to eat dim sum and Cantonese cuisine if you visit Hong Kong. Michelin 2-star at reasonable price and great customer service. Must try it's BBQ pork bun and Char Siew!

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Was greeted at the lift lobby by staff who accompanied up to the restaurant. The food was top-notch Cantonese cuisine (by Hong Kong taste) from the signature crispy suckling pig, sautĂŠed lobster, fish with "mandarin orange" peel, braised abalone with baby sea cucumber, spring onion oil chicken, glutinous rice and the birds nest dessert with coconut or almond sauce. The restaurant is also renowned for its sharks fin (if you are minded to order). It seemed that the best way to enjoy is to dine in a group of 8 to 10 persons, ideally with one member who knows what best to order and pre-orders. We had our own wine to match or pair. Service was efficient. It was a thoroughly enjoyable evening.

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We had an extraordinary meal at Fook Lam Moon in Wan Chai. We were a group of 10 and were able to pull out all the stops in ordering. Every course was spot on including crispy chicken (a reference point for this dish); suckling pig (staggering good); black bean sauce lobster (banish all thoughts of the cloying heavy versions found elsewhere; this was subtle, barely present so as to give just a background earthy touch), frog legs (crisp and perfectly balanced); sauteed shrimp (sweet and plump). Fook Lam Moon truly produces Cantonese food as it should be, simple, fresh, without artifice.

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Really deserving its Michelin star. Food is not cheap but quality is there. The char siew is not fatty but still tender to bite and not too burnt nor too sweet. The simple vegetable dish of dou Miao was fried simply in ginger juice. Both dishes so good we had 2 servings. The dim sum standard is there.

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Was greeted at the lift lobby by staff who accompanied up to the restaurant. The food was top-notch Cantonese cuisine (by Hong Kong taste) from the signature crispy suckling pig, sautéed lobster, fish with "mandarin orange" peel, braised abalone with baby sea cucumber, spring onion oil chicken, glutinous rice and the birds nest dessert with coconut or almond sauce. The restaurant is also renowned for its sharks fin (if you are minded to order). It seemed that the best way to enjoy is to dine in a group of 8 to 10 persons, ideally with one member who knows what best to order and pre-orders. We had our own wine to match or pair. Service was efficient. It was a thoroughly enjoyable evening.

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A must-try restaurant to eat dim sum and Cantonese cuisine if you visit Hong Kong. Michelin 2-star at reasonable price and great customer service. Must try it's BBQ pork bun and Char Siew!

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