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Located on the 25th floor, our Michelin-starred Cantonese restaurant serves exquisite local and regional specialties. Often referred to as Hong Kong’s most beautiful dining space, Man Wah’s atmospheric decor and panoramic views of Victoria Harbour and the Hong Kong skyline provide the perfect setting for wonderfully delicious cuisine.
With walls adorned by original paintings on silk, and lacquered enamel and gold-plated ceiling lamps fashioned to resemble birdcages, Man Wah’s design is as celebrated as the menu. Visit for dinner and enjoy your meal against a backdrop of sparkling city lights or stop by at lunchtime for dim sum dishes that are the talk of the city.
Guided by Chef Chi-Kwong Hung, Man Wah’s excellent culinary team has created an outstanding Michelin-starred Cantonese menu of traditional favourites and seasonal specialties interpreted with a hint of modern flair.
Award-winning signature dishes include such delights as steamed fillet of spotted garoupa with crispy ginger, crabmeat and egg white sauce, and Wok fried fillet of sole with black bean sauce. These dishes are offered alongside an extensive Dim Sum menu at lunch time.
With space for 14 guests, our beautiful private dining room, is styled in the fashion of an old Chinese pavilion with dark wood walls and a stylish red ceiling.
A round table takes pride of place in the centre of the room, above which hang four traditional Chinese lanterns, casting a soft, atmospheric light over diners.
This intimate room offers the ideal setting for guests celebrating a special occasion or looking for a little more privacy.
Reservations can be made by one of the contact methods below.
Our dress code requests that guests dress smartly in elegant attire. Ladies are kindly asked to wear elegant attire and proper footwear. Gentlemen are kindly asked to wear smart shirt, long trousers and closed shoes.
+ 852 2825 4003
reserve a table
12 – 2:30pm
6:30 – 10:30pm