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Forum Restaurant

Forum Restaurant (富臨飯店)
Forum Restaurant
Restaurant information
Slogan Ah Yat's Abalone
Established 1977
Current owner(s) Anonymous Group and Yeung Koon Yat
Head chef Yeung Koon Yat
Food type Chinese
Rating Michelin (2009)
Street address 1/F, Sino Plaza, Causeway Bay
City Hong Kong
Country China
Reservations 2869 8282

Forum Restaurant (Chinese: 富臨飯店) is a Cantonese restaurant established in 1977 at Sino Plaza, Causeway Bay, Hong Kong. Run by Hong Kong's international chef and ambassador of Chinese cuisine, Yeung Koon Yat (楊貫一), it is one of the best known eateries in Hong Kong.

The restaurant is frequented by the glitterati of Hong Kong (many of whom are regulars) and is not traditionally an expatriate or tourist attraction.

Contents

  • Location 1
  • Signature dishes 2
  • Recognitions 3
  • See also 4
  • References 5

Location

In January 2014, the restaurant moved to the first floor of nearby Sino Plaza as its original site at 485 Lockhart Road has been rented to Tsui Wah Restaurant instead for HK$1.22 million per month for ten years, a rise of 70% compared with Forum's rental charges.[1]

Signature dishes

Yeung Koon Yat's signature dish Ah Yat's Abalone (or Bao yu) is famous all around the world. The abalone offered can cost an average of US$7200 per kilogram. Apart from the more expensive and rarer Cantonese specialities, local dishes are also offered at a more modest (but still above average) price.

Recognitions

The restaurant received one star in the Michelin Guide inaugural 2009 Hong Kong and Macau edition.[2]

See also

References

  1. ^ Karen Chiu (14 January 2014). "Tsui Wah tips out fancy eatery in deal".  
  2. ^ Lim, Le-Min (2 December 2008). "Michelin Hong Kong Gives 3 Stars to 2 Restaurants (Update1)". Bloomberg. Retrieved 6 December 2012. 

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