Traveling Gourmet: Hong Kong Rakes In Stars

Looking for some delectable star gazing? Try Hong Kong. We hear that the 2011 Michelin Guide has scattered the city with a slew of stars.

Most impressive, Hong Kong has been home to only two three-Michelin-star restaurants in the past 100 years, until now. In the 2011 edition, Sun Tung Lok joins both Lung Keen Heen and Caprice restaurants in star-studded fame.

In the two-star category, Celebrity Cuisine and Pierre have made the cut, both rising from previous one stars. New entries are Cuisine at the Mira and 8 1/2 Otto e Mezzo.

The one-star category includes five restaurants that were promoted and nine restaurants entering for the first time.

For more information visit www.discoverhongkong.com/usa.
 

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