Always New Dim Sum Delicacies At Cuisine Cuisine At The Mira

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MICHELIN-recommended Cuisine Cuisine at The Mira welcomes the summer season with a delightful new edition of a la carte dim sum meticulously crafted by an acclaimed culinary team led by Chinese Executive Chef Edwin Tang and Dim Sum Chef Ringo Wong, and a wealth of offers that will bring sunny smiles to guests’ faces – including attractive savings on lunchtime dining up to 30% off and complimentary Peking duck for larger evening parties.

Cuisine Cuisine at The Mira – Delightful Summer Dim Sum

Fresh, delicate and delicious, dim sum morsels are ideal for lunch in the heat of summer. For over a dozen years, Chef Ringo Wong has been proudly preparing dim sum with panache at Cuisine Cuisine at The Mira. Every morning, he begins with artisanal homemade wrappers and personally mixes the various stuffings. His picture-perfect parcels are unfailingly exquisite, elegantly served, and always made fresh to order in limited quantities. By popular demand, he returns some of his all-time classics to the table this summer while exciting with novel creations that embrace the season’s bounty.

The refreshed dim sum a la carte menu is an extensive collection of almost 30 choices headlined by the luxuriant new sensation of Homemade Puff Pastry, Whole 8-head Abalone, Diced Chicken, Mushroom (HK$108 per person). The soft, buttery goodness of premium marine molluscs plucked from South African waters contrast with the light crispness of Chef Wong’s puff pastry. Steamed Rice Flour Rolls, Crispy Bean Curd Sheet, Turnip (HK$98) is another new textural pleasure melding silky cheung fun, crispy tofu skin and crunchy turnip.

The aromatic infusion of Steamed Wild Mushroom Dumplings, Black Truffle (HK$78/3pcs) within a translucent wrapper returns at the request of devoted patrons, delighting not just vegetarians, while Pan-fried Wagyu Buns, Barbecued Sauce (HK$88/3pcs) – a meaty, peppery char siu bao upgrade dressed in a nori seaweed coat – also makes a reappearance.

Beloved deluxe classics like Steamed Shrimp Dumplings, Gold Leaf (HK$98/4pcs) with its glimmer of prestige and the decadent sweet nests of Crispy Taro Puffs, Diced Chicken, Foie Gras (HK$88/3pcs) paired with honey and pomelo sauce remain, as do standout specials like lilac-coloured Steamed Purple Potato Paste, Salty Egg Custard Buns (HK$78/3pcs). Evoking tropical holidays, Baked Barbecued Pork Buns, Pineapple, Crystal Sugar (HK$88/3pcs) is a summertime must.

For laid-back summer weekdays with friends, the all-you-can-eat dim sum lunch (HK$398 per person, Monday to Friday, excluding public holidays, 11:30am-2:30pm) spans almost 15 of Chef Wong’s most popular miniature marvels, from timeless classics like har gao and siu mai to reinvented traditional delicacies to must-try contemporary bites. The unlimited made-to-order feast extends to 5 types of artistic Chinese desserts. It begins with a palate-pleasing appetiser platter and encompasses a signature rice or noodle dish. Enjoy bubbles from this serene perch overlooking the lush park with the timely offer of 2 glasses of Prosecco for an additional HK$190.

To celebrate the season, these sumptuous sets and orders from the dim sum a la carte menu and the entire a la carte menu at lunch can be enjoyed at generous discounts: 25% off for tables of 4-5 guests and 30% off for parties of 6 or more (subject to 10% service charge and Chinese tea).

Cuisine Cuisine at The Mira – Timeless Classic of Peking Duck

Long summer evenings afford the opportunity to wind down with friends and family over Chef Edwin Tang’s harmonious and innovative Cantonese cooking. Bowing to the seasons and the finest sustainably sourced seafood from around the world, the award-wining chef’s a la carte signatures harness Chinese culinary heritage to elevate the taste of traditional Cantonese cuisine with contemporary finesse.

Saluting the summer spirit, Cuisine Cuisine at The Mira adds delicious value to convivial gatherings with the offer of a complimentary Signature Roasted Peking Duck (1 course with pancakes) carved for a table of 10 or more diners, and half a bird for tables of 6. Hailed for its crisp mahogany-hued skin and tender, juicy meat, the duck spreads joy as it is wrapped in gossamer pancakes with crunchy julienne vegetables and savoured. Valued at HK$988, this offer is limited to 5 tables per night with no minimum spend allowing foodies to get a taste of most-desired dishes while enjoying the signature roast (Sunday to Thursday, excluding public holiday, 6pm-10:30pm, advance booking and HK$500 deposit required).

Evening revelry is accentuated by the luscious a la carte lineup like moreish Golden-fried Crispy Chicken (HK$398, half) and seafood creations that push out the boat, such as the sweet-tangy glory of Stir-fried Australian Lobster with Spicy Preserved Vegetables (HK$488 per person); the delicate textures of MSC-certified Steamed Atlantic Cod Fillet, Pork, Mushroom, Rice Noodle, Red Date (HK$488); and sustainably sourced sea treasure of Braised South African 19 head Yoshihama Abalone, Oyster Sauce (HK$1,188 per person).

A complex dish of Crispy French Lamb Brisket, Fermented Bean Curd, Black Sesame Sauce (HK$398) sees milk-fed lamb marinated with secret spices overnight, gently deep-fried to coax a crispy texture, and served with an unexpected duet of sauces that marry the flavours in perfect harmony.

“Elevating the taste of traditional Cantonese cuisine to a new level has allowed Cuisine Cuisine at The Mira to retain its Michelin-recommended status for over a decade and create an unparalleled dining experience for connoisseurs,” says Chinese Executive Chef Edwin Tang. “Whether through contemporary dim sum on our seasonally revamped menu or a la carte classics reimagined with new flavours, textures and ingredients, we strive to surprise, delight, reward and warm the hearts of all our valued guests.” 

Reserve Your Next Visit

An upscale, modern Chinese restaurant offering the finest Cantonese and Chinese delicacies with a contemporary twist, Cuisine Cuisine at The Mira is located on the 3/F of The Mira Hong Kong. Benefitting from verdant Kowloon Park views, its sleek interiors boldly accented with emerald-green tones were masterminded by Miami-based interior-design prodigy Charles Allem of CAD International. Recommended by the Michelin Guide Hong Kong & Macau since 2012, it showcases a dining experience steeped in some of the most exacting Cantonese culinary traditions.

Rooted in the concept of harmony, authentic signature dishes carefully crafted by master chefs demonstrate the art of Cantonese cuisine while respecting the unique taste of each ingredient. The restaurant offers an extensive a la carte menu, creative dim sum a la carte, and lunch and dinner set menus which change seasonally. More than 300 wines on a list consistently recognised with the prestigious Best of Award of Excellence by Wine Spectator are paired with friendly and attentive service to complete the perfect dining experience.

3/F, The Mira Hong Kong, Mira Place, 118-130 Nathan Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Hong Kong | Booking enquiries: (852) 2315 5222 or [email protected] Online bookings:

Always New Dim Sum Delicacies At Cuisine Cuisine At The Mira

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