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What the restaurant also fails to mention is that Chinese people would eat its food if it had a Ralph Lauren, LV, or Lacoste logo emblazoned on it. As the article hinted, the Chinese do not always dine for their own pleasure - a large part of it is 'impressing guests'. I will be opening a taco stand soon. And it will have foie gras in it. Watch for the first 3 Michelin star Mexican food stand.But there has been some sniping, perhaps inevitable, that Michelin granted its first three stars not to one of the city’s lively family restaurants, but to one in a hotel with ingredients that would appeal to foreigners, and maybe especially the French. The restaurant has fought that impression since the stars were awarded, saying that most of its customers are Chinese and the ingredients a sign of creativity, not culinary pandering.
What the restaurant also fails to mention is that Chinese people would eat its food if it had a Ralph Lauren, LV, or Lacoste logo emblazoned on it. Watch for the first 3 Michelin star Mexican food stand.[/I]
Never been. I might line it up on the docket for my HK trip in February. If not 3-star worthy, is it still worth going (sans expense account)?
Gross generalization. Perhaps more true in Hong Kong than in, say, Guizhou.
FWIW, I find the most satisfying Cantonese meals in HK are to be had in more traditional restaurants. The service and presentation are quite different.
Sure enough, walk around certain boutiques and more and more Mainlanders are there, dropping huge sums of money (in cash, naturally), buying--shall we say--less than tasteful items.