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A photo of Emmer Pizzeria & Café restaurant
4.6
Exceptional(289)
Price: Moderate
• Pizza Bar • Admiralty
Booked 21 times today
WELCOME TO EMMER PIZZERIA & CAFÉFROM ANCIENT GRAINS TO MODERN PIZZA, WE ARE EMMER.Our name is our beginning: Emmer an ancient, organic heritage grain, which we blend with rye and good Italian flour. These hand-selected grains are lower in gluten, and higher in nutrients like antioxidants, vitamins and minerals.We don’t use them because they sound good, or just because they are good for us, we choose them because they make every pizza naturally better, and naturally tastier.The final pizza is the perfect blend of chewy and crunchy. Light inside, with just the right bite of crunch from the crust. 11 inches, 6 slices and shared…or not! Eat in with a good soundtrack and even better service. Or take it to go, to enjoy wherever, with whomever.
A photo of M.O. - Mandarin Oriental, Shenzhen restaurant
3.0
Good(0)
Price: Moderate
• International • Shenzhen
The Bay will highlight the renowned creative skills of Michelin-starred chef Fei, known for his inventive approach to Cantonese cuisine and use of fresh ingredients.Other enticing options include TAPAS 77, with speciality dishes from Spain, and an extensive selection of accompanying wines. RIN, a high end teppanyaki Japanese restaurant where diners can watch expert chefs preparing Japanese favourites and OPUS 388 with a focus on fresh seafood prepared in European styles.The rooftop M.O. Bar serves up bespoke, prohibition-era inspired cocktails, along with an international selection of fine whiskies. Drinkers at this lively spot enjoy 79th floor views of the city and beyond. Rounding out the options is Bazaar, a lifestyle-oriented café and bakery, LIAN Lounge, which serves drinks, afternoon tea and cocktails, and The Mandarin Cake Shop with a delectable range of signature chocolates, pastries and premium coffee and teas.
A photo of Four Seasons - Shenzhen - Foo Restaurant restaurant
4.3
Awesome(6)
Price: Expensive
• Asian • Shenzhen
The name “Foo” is a Mandarin pinyin of Fù, means fragrance. It is symbolic the pleasant odor of food circulate throughout the restaurant. Foo is located on the lobby level at 6th floor occupies a total of 320 square meter space. When entering the restaurant entrance, there will be a lounge area which overlooks the water courtyard view, and make up a large column with light shining behind it with waterfall feather. The outdoor courtyard is also available for the diner who enjoys open air with fresh breeze. When walking into the restaurant, some boasting sophisticated banquette seats are provided a cozy and warm dining experience that would be an ideal setting for friend & family gathering. In the heart of the restaurant, the main dining area consists of two semi private dining rooms and a delightfully-decorated private dining room that creates a perfect exclusive section for smaller parties and celebrations.
A photo of RIN - Mandarin Oriental, Shenzhen restaurant
Price: Moderate
• International • Shenzhen
The Bay will highlight the renowned creative skills of Michelin-starred chef Fei, known for his inventive approach to Cantonese cuisine and use of fresh ingredients.Other enticing options include TAPAS 77, with speciality dishes from Spain, and an extensive selection of accompanying wines. RIN, a high end teppanyaki Japanese restaurant where diners can watch expert chefs preparing Japanese favourites and OPUS 388 with a focus on fresh seafood prepared in European styles.The rooftop M.O. Bar serves up bespoke, prohibition-era inspired cocktails, along with an international selection of fine whiskies. Drinkers at this lively spot enjoy 79th floor views of the city and beyond. Rounding out the options is Bazaar, a lifestyle-oriented café and bakery, LIAN Lounge, which serves drinks, afternoon tea and cocktails, and The Mandarin Cake Shop with a delectable range of signature chocolates, pastries and premium coffee and teas.
A photo of Four Seasons - Shenzhen - Zhou Yue Xuan restaurant
4.7
Exceptional(5)
Price: Expensive
• Chinese • Shenzhen
Booked 2 times today
The name “Zhuo Yue Xuan” translates into “Excellent Chinese Cuisine” referring to the dining concept is brimming with global appeal but remains uniquely Chinese in taste and feel. We are pleased to introduce our new standard of Cantonese Cuisine and to be one of the exceptional Chinese restaurants in Shenzhen. The restaurant will have the warmth of traditional Cantonese cooking though being innovative in the market in both taste and individual presentation. For lunch and dinner we will specialize in “sophisticated and delicious Cantonese dishes”, highlighting freshness and consistency in quality. Our menus will offer not just luxury ingredients but also less elaborate and classic Cantonese preparation. We explore local delicacies like dim sum, seasonal doubled boiled soup, live catching seafood and mouthwatering barbecue meats, look out too for the rustic regional dishes on the special.
A photo of Four Seasons Hong Kong - Lung King Heen restaurant
4.6
Exceptional(108)
Price: Very Expensive
• Chinese (Canton) • Central
Booked 6 times today
Relish exquisite seafood and dim sum crafted by Executive Chinese Chef Chan Yan Tak at the world’s first Chinese restaurant to be recognized with the coveted Michelin three-star rating. Lung King Heen has been awarded two Michelin stars this year, a prestigious recognition of its exceptional cuisine.
A photo of KITCHEN - W Hong Kong restaurant
4.2
Awesome(30)
Price: Very Expensive
• International • Yau Ma Tei
Booked 9 times today
KITCHEN is a modern bistro reflective of W’s signature stylish and fun design. Feast your eyes on our whimsical international buffet with everything from dim sum and handmade sushi to generous heaps of fresh seafood, hearty salads and the most decadent dessert bar. KITCHEN’s modern interpretation of timeless classics and equally innovative original masterpieces fill a menu that's designed to tantalize and satisfy even the most discerning gourmands.
A photo of LIAN Lounge - Mandarin Oriental, Shenzhen restaurant
Price: Moderate
• International • Shenzhen
The Bay will highlight the renowned creative skills of Michelin-starred chef Fei, known for his inventive approach to Cantonese cuisine and use of fresh ingredients. Other enticing options include TAPAS 77, with speciality dishes from Spain, and an extensive selection of accompanying wines. RIN, a high end teppanyaki Japanese restaurant where diners can watch expert chefs preparing Japanese favourites and OPUS 388 with a focus on fresh seafood prepared in European styles. The rooftop M.O. Bar serves up bespoke, prohibition-era inspired cocktails, along with an international selection of fine whiskies. Drinkers at this lively spot enjoy 79th floor views of the city and beyond. Rounding out the options is Bazaar, a lifestyle-oriented café and bakery, LIAN Lounge, which serves drinks, afternoon tea and cocktails, and The Mandarin Cake Shop with a delectable range of signature chocolates, pastries and premium coffee and teas.
A photo of TAPAS 77 - Mandarin Oriental, Shenzhen restaurant
5.0
Exceptional(1)
Price: Moderate
• International • Shenzhen
The Bay will highlight the renowned creative skills of Michelin-starred chef Fei, known for his inventive approach to Cantonese cuisine and use of fresh ingredients.Other enticing options include TAPAS 77, with speciality dishes from Spain, and an extensive selection of accompanying wines. RIN, a high end teppanyaki Japanese restaurant where diners can watch expert chefs preparing Japanese favourites and OPUS 388 with a focus on fresh seafood prepared in European styles.The rooftop M.O. Bar serves up bespoke, prohibition-era inspired cocktails, along with an international selection of fine whiskies. Drinkers at this lively spot enjoy 79th floor views of the city and beyond. Rounding out the options is Bazaar, a lifestyle-oriented café and bakery, LIAN Lounge, which serves drinks, afternoon tea and cocktails, and The Mandarin Cake Shop with a delectable range of signature chocolates, pastries and premium coffee and teas.
A photo of Bazaar - Mandarin Oriental, Shenzhen restaurant
Price: Moderate
• International • Shenzhen
The Bay will highlight the renowned creative skills of Michelin-starred chef Fei, known for his inventive approach to Cantonese cuisine and use of fresh ingredients. Other enticing options include TAPAS 77, with speciality dishes from Spain, and an extensive selection of accompanying wines. RIN, a high end teppanyaki Japanese restaurant where diners can watch expert chefs preparing Japanese favourites and OPUS 388 with a focus on fresh seafood prepared in European styles. The rooftop M.O. Bar serves up bespoke, prohibition-era inspired cocktails, along with an international selection of fine whiskies. Drinkers at this lively spot enjoy 79th floor views of the city and beyond. Rounding out the options is Bazaar, a lifestyle-oriented café and bakery, LIAN Lounge, which serves drinks, afternoon tea and cocktails, and The Mandarin Cake Shop with a delectable range of signature chocolates, pastries and premium coffee and teas.

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