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A Twist of Classic French in Hong Kong

Seyine Park / September 3, 2015

The Landmark Mandarin Oriental, Hong Kong

2 Michelin stars, No.6 in Asia’s 50 Best Restaurants, and Best Restaurant in Hong Kong by S. Pellegrino - “The global accolades are greatly appreciated,” says chef Richard Ekkebus, culinary director of French restaurant Amber in Hong Kong – “but the greatest compliment is an Amber diner’s desire to come back and taste more dishes.” Indeed, chef Ekkebus never fails to bring back his patrons to relive his unique and contemporary twist on classic French cuisine.

Using only the finest ingredients, chef Ekkebus creates dishes unforgettable to both the palate and the eyes. He describes his dishes as classic French with a twist that bears the influence and challenge of his position in Hong Kong. Chef Ekkebus refreshes the menu every three months, and sometimes you can expect a mixture of ingredients from all over as “Each dish here is product driven,” Ekkebus explains.

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