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Take in the stunning views of the Hong Kong skyline from our 28th floor Chinese fine-dining restaurant, which gained three “fork-and-spoons” in the Michelin Guide Hong Kong Macau 2012. Enjoy exquisitely prepared dim-sum and seasonal Cantonese cuisine together with vintage wines from our private collection. There are three private dining rooms and even a kitchen, should you wish to bring your own chef.We have also recently been selected by Condé Nast Traveller UK to be on their “Best New Restaurant 2012: Hotel Tables” list.
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Dont get me wrong - it's a great establisthment - we love the food. We just hate the nickel and dimed culture - maybe it is a Hong Kong thing.
$30HKD for tea per person - and yes they charge for kids too.. same price...More
Date of visit: June 2019
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Visecheng, Manager at Above and Beyond, responded to this reviewResponded today
Thank you so much for taking the time to share with us your dining experience at Above & Beyond.
It was a pleasure serving you and I’m delighted to learn that you had enjoyed our food.
On the HKD$30 charge at Above &...More
Last but not least in the dining category is the Above and Beyond Restaurant - it’s one of the best Cantonese restaurants in Hong Kong - if not THE best. Their Peking Duck is famous. Even my Chinese friends who live in Hong Kong said...More
Date of visit: September 2018
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DeanJarvis-HotelICON, Director of Food & Beverage at Above and Beyond, responded to this reviewResponded October 15, 2018
Dear Scott B
Thank you so very much for your incredibly detailed review of your most recent stay and visit to Hotel ICON and Above & Beyond. We are very grateful for your time and thoughts. I am very pleased to learn of your meeting...More
Great dim sum. Portions were just fine and food was excellent. The view on the 28th floor was awesome. Good choices of food and beverages and our family enjoyed our lunch throughly. Will definitely eat here again the next time in HK. One small “complaint”...More
We ordered the 2 pax set dinner with Peking Duck. The food was passable, but for that price point, I was expecting something more impressive. The set dinner comes with half a duck, but we were surprised that they served only 6 slices of meat...More
Date of visit: June 2019
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Visecheng, Manager at Above and Beyond, responded to this reviewResponded 5 days ago
We appreciate your taking the time to share the dinner experience with us a few days ago.
Thank you for bringing this to our attention, we do certainly take your comment very seriously and will share with my service and culinary team. We...More
Celebrating my husband’s birthday at Above & Beyond was the most amazing choice of restaurant I have made!
We like the food recommended by the staff, Vice. He is friendly and professional, answers everything on the menu and help us to order the most suitable...More
We actually love eating street local food in HK and discovering out of the way restaurants but we would love to make the most of our time at Hotel ICON so we decided to eat in house. It was a very wise decision! The service...More
The Best Dim-sum here and the location the view the service the art OMG 😮 nothing you can say about it and Dim Sum here one of my favorite in Hongkong!! I do love Hongkong very much and try to come here 1 a year!!
Had my birthday dinner there with good friends, the food and service there were amazing. Especially with the wines recommended by Mr Wing Yu, absolutely elevated the whole dinning experience to the other level!! Will return for this definitely.
We had a wonderful dinner at the top floor 28/f of hotel icon on Mother’s Day. With an amazing boundless skyline of Victoria Harbor, my mom was very happy about it.
“Above and Beyond” is a Chinese restaurant but serving in Western style, quite romantic...More
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