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Queen’s Dining

Queen’s Dining, located in Tsim Sha Tsui, is the first restaurant in Hong Kong to combine authentic Thai, Vietnamese and Cantonese cuisines, offering one-of-a-kind home-made style dishes. Queen’s Dining is an offshoot of Queen’s Kitchen, a popular Thai restaurant and cooking school founded by Joanna Fu, a second-generation Thai Chinese whose passion for cooking at home has led to a successful restaurant career. Queen’s Dining reflects her business’s evolution in the creation of innovative dishes and the fusion of Southeast Asian cuisines.

 

To mark the opening of Soravit on Granville – the boutique Thai-style hotel where the restaurant is located – Queen’s Dining is offering a new menu, from which we sampled some of the new items. They include Black Truffles and Crab Meat Omelette ($198) – a fluffy omelette nicely flavoured with black truffle and fresh crab meat; Thai Green Curry Lamb Shanks ($148) – the lamb meat is tender and bites easily, its flavour nicely accented by the curry; Tofu with Associated Mushroom in Red Curry – another delightful surprise, we can clearly see the influence of Thai and Cantonese cuisine. Other dishes we sampled include Deep-fried Stuffed Crab Meat Fritters ($98) and Fried Thick Rice Noodles with Mushrooms in Belacan Sauce ($68, available in lunch set menu only).

 

Queen’s Dining offers tasty and original Asian fusion food at reasonable prices and is sure to quickly garner a loyal clientele.

 

 

1/F, Hotel Soravit on Granville, 29A Granville Road, Tsim Sha Tsui;2343 8226

 

 

(Edited on 8 May 2018)

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