The view from the 102nd floor is spectacular and the Ritz Carlton, which houses this restaurant, seems like a fabulous place to stay. The restaurant is opulent and the service is wonderful. Very similar in style and feel to other Michelin starred restaurants I have visited. The food was very good however there is a bit of a language barrier both on the menu and with some of the waiters, so be forewarned. On the menu, many of the dishes are either fried or deep-fried. We ordered a vegetable dish that was supposed to be stir-fried but was actually deep fried. Another dish that didn't mention anything about being fried was, of course, deep-fried. The food was very good but not overly healthy. It was certainly high-quality--not what you'd find at the average US takeout joint for sure. The Peking duck was delicious. I ordered a half of a duck which was very expensive and was no where near enough food as a main course. Should have ordered a whole one. For a purely culinary experience, I suspect that there are several other places which can deliver better food at lower prices, but it would be very hard to beat the view and the impeccable service at Tin Lung Heen.
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