Spring Moon wins Michelin star for third year

For once again, The Peninsula Hong Kong has been recognized as one of China’s top gastronomic destinations with its Cantonese restaurant, Spring Moon. The star award was held for the third consecutive year in the Michelin Guide Hong Kong and Macao 2019. The restaurant also received a double seal of approval from the renowned entity, as well as being one of the highlights of the inaugural Michelin Fine Cantonese Food Guide, which recognizes the best Cantonese restaurants in the world.

The retention of the coveted Michelin star of Spring Moon is the responsibility of the Chinese chef, Gordon Leung, who has been in charge of the restaurant for two and a half years. With almost 30 years of experience in Hong Kong cuisine, the chef had previously received a Michelin star at another renowned Chinese restaurant in Hong Kong for the 21 years he has been there.

Chef Executivo Gordon Leung

Based on a knowledge of Chinese culinary techniques and a passion for lifelong food, Chef Leung places great emphasis on the authenticity, freshness and flavors of each ingredient, which he uses to create dishes with a touch of refinement in the presentation, offering perfect balance between tradition and innovation.

Since opening the doors in 1996, Spring Moon has been hailed as one of Hong Kong’s most exclusive restaurants. Designed to recreate Shanghai from the 1920s, it encapsulates all the glamor and excitement of the Jazz Age through period details including architect, writer and educator Frank Lloyd-Wright, a stained glass influenced by Art Deco and an old-style floor , lined with oriental rugs.

 

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