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The dim sum is exceptional good at lunch, but somehow the black sweet pork buns gave me diarrhea, so be careful with that one. we had dinner here once too, the roasted chicken was just excellent. It is inside the Sheraton Hotel and towers in...More
We visited the restaurant for both lunch and dinner, both experiences were good.
food quality was high, and set menu for 2 and for 4 were offered for dinner.
food's presentation, taste, temperature, and serving time were all well-controlled.
staff were nice and helpful, service...More
Love this restaurant!! When you come to visit Hong Kong 🇭🇰 first is and second is shopping but food is my favorite and this restaurant one ☝️ of my favorite Chinese food in Hongkong!! The location is very good the food is so amazing 😉...More
Located inside the Sheraton Hotel, the Celestial Court Restaurant serves really good dim sum. Reservations were made for noon on a Wednesday. It was semi crowded - there were still available tables.
We ordered a few dim sum dishes and the notable good items were...More
I had a great experience at this restaurant. I was staying at the Sheraton hotel where this hotel is housed in, and was pleased to find a highly rated restaurant within the hotel. I opted for the set menu, and left stuffed. The food was...More
This has been well known for dim sum for years. Having not visited for many years, I was skeptical as to whether it would still be good and was a little hesitant to go. I needn't have worried, the dim sum is unusually good (even...More
It's one of best Cantonese restaurants in town. Great food, service and folks! What differentiate Celestial Court from other top Cantonese places is its more modern and creative menu to suit today's taste and palate. Best dim sum; and, being a part of an international...More
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