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T’ang Court at The Langham retains Three Michelin Star rating

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HONG KONG – Master Chef Kwong Wai Keung’s Cantonese delicacies served up at Hong Kong’s T’ang Court at The Langham will continue to be afforded the Three Michelin Star rating.

The revered restaurant on Peking Road in the Tsim Sha Tsui district has retained the top rating for the sixth consecutive year.

Kwong Wai Keung has been Master Chef of T’ang Court at the Langham since its opening in 1988, while Executive Chef, Wong Chi Fai has been with the restaurant for nearly two decades, rising through the ranks since joining as a junior chef overlooking the steamers.

The dynamic duo have maintained the highest culinary standards and achieved numerous international culinary awards and accolades by organisations such as La Liste, Hong Kong Tatler, South China Morning Post and the Asia Art of Cuisine society.

“To achieve the coveted three-star rating is a remarkable feat but to have the consistency and tenacity to maintain the rigorous culinary quality and impeccable service standards required to repeatedly impress the inspectors speaks volumes of the professionalism and commitment of the team,” said Marcel Holman, Managing Director of The Langham, Hong Kong and Regional Vice President for Langham Hotels and Resorts, Greater China.

“Collectively, Langham Hospitality Group holds six stars from our T’ang Court in Hong Kong and Shanghai, as well as Ming Court in Hong Kong and Shanghai, Hongqiao. However the jewel in our crown is definitely our three-star T’ang Court here in Hong Kong which serves authentic Cantonese classics within the elegant setting of our two-storey restaurant.

“I would attribute our success to Chef Kwong and Chef Wong, and to Danny Chan Director of T’ang Court Operations and Restaurant manager Rosa Lau who oversee their front of house teams in delivering incredible personalised service to our guests just as the chefs dish out their exceptional food.

“This makes for a truly remarkable dining experience that has taken us on this far on our star lit journey. I am proud of my team and thank them for their passion, dedication and loyalty” adds Mr Holman.”

Chinese Master Chef Kwong Wai Keung thanked Michelin for the three-star recognition.

“We endeavor to make each visit to T’ang court a very special experience for our guests and to maintain the standards that we are known for,” said Wai Keung

T’ang Court at The Langham is must-try for executive travellers in Hong Kong.

Signature dishes include the Stir-fried Fresh Lobster with Spring Onion, Red Onion and Shallot, Baked Oyster with Port Wine as well as the Baked Stuffed Crab Shell with Crab Meat and Onion.

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