Grand Hyatt Hong Kong Summer Dim Sum Feast

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Lau Cho Keung, an experienced Sous Chef in the Chinese restaurant, One Harbour Road at Grand Hyatt, has recently given a new twist to traditional Cantonese dim sum. His creativity and craftsmanship has been utilized to design a new range of uniquely flavored exquisite dim sum. Bone china steamer baskets, which are rarely used in Cantonese restaurants, have been custom-made to offer the highest quality of dim sum to diners. The taste and freshness of the ingredients is kept perfectly within the quaint baskets during steaming process.

 

Various novel combinations of ingredients appear in the new menu. The first highlight is dumplings filled with precious steamed garoupa. The fish is still juicy and tender after steaming under high temperature. Following the trend of healthy lifestyle in Hong Kong, many vegetables such as green pea seeds, baby corns and carrots are added into the fillings to create a more refreshing sensation. The clever use of fried minced ginger as condiment enriches the taste of the dumplings leaving a unforgettable aftertaste.

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The menu also features dumplings filled with dried halibut. Halibut is relatively crispy while comparing with garoupa. Balancing the texture of dumplings, tender and well marinated minced Berkshire pork is filled. Cooking is always an art. Making the dumplings visually beautiful, the chef makes use of the colour of saffron to create skin with natural yellow hue. Diners would be deeply attracted by its delicate appearance and appetizing aroma.

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“Siu Mai” in One Harbour Road should not be missed since it is totally different from other Cantonese Restaurants. Herring roe covered on the dumplings are amusingly marinated in sake. Together with Al dente shrimp paste, it becomes the most delicious “siu mai” that diners have ever tried.

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The chef does not ignore the desires of diners who favor crunchy foods. Deep-fried minced pigeon paper rolls are prepared with care. The rolls are crumbly with strong flavor. However, it is not greasy at all as Yunnan morel mushrooms and fresh asparagus are added into the roll.

OHR_Pan-fried lamb pies, leeks and coriander
Several scrumptious dim sums are also offered in One Harbour Road, such as Pan-fried Lamb Pies with Leeks and Coriander, Baked Turnip with Minced Pork and Pepper in Puff Pastry and Pan-fried Rice Flour Rolls with Kurobuta Pork, Black Truffles and Onions. If diners would like to have a taste of all these creative dishes, do visit to the restaurants frequently as the selection will be served on a rotational basis.

 

Written By: Angel Yau

 

OHR_Baked turnip, minced pork and pepper in puff pastriesOpening hours:

Lunch – Monday to Saturday from 12noon to 2:30pm, Sunday from 11:30am

Dinner – 6:30pm to 10:30pm every evening

Address: 7-8 floors, Grand Hyatt Hong Kong, 1 Harbour Road, Hong Kong

Phone reservations: 2584 7722