|By Marketwired .||
|March 3, 2014 10:42 PM EST||
HONG KONG, CHINA -- (Marketwired) -- 03/03/14 -- Today the South China Morning Post (HKSE: 0583) launched the 2014 edition of 100 Top Tables - a CEO's Dining Guide, the definitive guide to the best restaurants in Hong Kong and Macau.
As the fabled gastronomical capital of the East, Hong Kong has traditionally enjoyed the evergreen confluence of culinary delights, regardless of the season. For CEOs and business leaders, Hong Kong certainly offers an abundance of choice. Understanding the importance of refined dining for the city's top executives, SCMP launched 100 Top Tables 2014, Hong Kong's leading editorially independent, high-end dining guide for the discerning -- crafted from a local insider's view.
Our 2014 edition, to be published on 6 March, awards 100 top restaurants in Hong Kong and 20 in Macau nominated by an expert panel of SCMP restaurant critics and lifestyle experts who have been passionately exploring restaurants new and old. The aim of which, is to introduce a rich, diversified and unique dining experience with local culinary flair to the City's top executives. The new issue features 27 new entrants to the Hong Kong shortlist, and 10 joining the ranks in the Macau shortlist, serving up a delightful platter of dining options to those who will never settle for less.
"To be included in 100 Top Tables is no small feat. One has to meet stringent standards of culinary excellence -- whether it is from the back of the house in terms of technique, flair, or the quality of ingredients chosen, to the front of house in terms of ambiance, consistency of service and dining experience," noted Winnie Chung, SCMP's Editorial Director, Specialist Publications of Advertising & Marketing Solutions.
"Covering a global-trotter's delight of cuisines -- from Cantonese and Chinese regional fair, to French, Italian, Japanese and other European and fusion selections, 100 Top Tables 2014 truly reflects Hong Kong as the gastronomical paradise that it is," continued Ms. Chung.
"Judging from the enthusiastic comments and compliments I have received from my peers and readers from the 2014 and 2013 inaugural edition, it gives me much confidence that 100 Top Tables has arrived, and is equally established as a genuine CEO's Dining Guide," remarked Ms. Carrie Law, General Manager, Advertising & Marketing Solutions of SCMP.
"To be shortlisted is truly monumental, as only the most elite culinary masters would make it. I sincerely congratulate all the restaurants selected, as they are the crème de la crème in this already fiercely competitive arena," said Ms. Law.
Each of the selected restaurants were commended with a certificate of recognition for their exceptional offering and service at a privately held awards presentation ceremony organized by the South China Morning Post.
100 Top Tables 2014 will be distributed directly to SCMP subscribers as well as through select retail outlets, airport lounges in Asia, airport stores and Pacific Coffee outlets.
Mr Robin Hu, Chief Executive Officer of SCMP, delivered the welcoming speech to congratulate winners at the Award Presentation Ceremony of the 100 Top Tables 2014.
Ms Winnie Chung, Editorial Director, Specialist Publications of Advertising & Marketing Solutions of SCMP, shared with winners of the 100 Top Tables 2014 the judging criteria.
SCMP executives (Robin Hu, CEO, Elsie Cheung, COO, Carrie Law, General Manager, Advertising & Marketing Solutions, Winnie Chung, Editorial Director, Specialist Publications, Romanus Ng, Head of Sales, Deputy Director of AMS, Tracey Furniss, Senior Commissioning Editor, Specialist Publications) celebrated the most joyful moment with winners of the 100 Top Tables 2014 at today's ceremony
South China Morning Post
100 Top Tables - a CEO's Dining Guide (2014 Edition)
Cantonese cuisines (in alphabetical order)
- Above & Beyond
- Ah Yat Harbour View
- Celebrity Cuisine
- The Chairman
- The Chinese Restaurant
- Cornucopia Fine Dining
- Elite Dining
- Fook Lam Moon
- Golden Leaf
- Lung King Heen
- Man Wah
- Ming Court
- One Harbour Road
- Seventh Son
- Shang Palace
- Spring Moon
- Summer Palace
- T'ang Court
- Tin Lung Heen
- Yan Toh Heen
- Yee Tung Heen
Chinese Cuisine (in alphabetical order)
- China Tang
- Chiu Tang
- Dong Lai Shun
- Golden Valley Restaurant
- Peking Garden
- Qi House of Sichuan
- Sha Tin 18
- Tien Heung Lau
- Yi Deng Long Men Beijing Kitchen
- Yu Lei
- Yun Yan
European Cuisine (in alphabetical order)
- Amigo Restaurant
- Dot Cod Seafood and Oyster Bar
- Fish and Meat
- Gold by Harlan Goldstein
- Madam Sixty Ate
- Oyster & Wine Bar
- St. George
- The Principal
French Cuisine (in alphabetical order)
- Brasserie on the Eighth
- La Parole
- L'atelier de Joel Robuchon
- Restaurant Petrus
- Serge et le Phoque
- SPOON by Alain Ducasse
Italian Cuisine (in alphabetical order)
- 8 1/2 Otto e Mezzo
- Il Milione Bar & Ristorante Italiano
Japanese Cuisine (in alphabetical order)
- Sushi Dokoro Hikari
- Sushi Shikon
- Wagyu Kaiseki Den
Steak & Grills (in alphabetical order)
- Flint Grill & Bar
- Grand Hyatt Steakhouse
- Mandarin Grill + Bar
- Morton's of Chicago
- Ruth's Chris Steak House
- STEAK HOUSE winebar + grill
Alternative (in alphabetical order)
- An Nam
- Bo Innovation
- Fa Zu Jie
- Mango Tree
- Mesa 15
- The Teppanroom
- Wagyu Takumi
Macau (in alphabetical order)
- The 8
- Aux Beaux Arts
- Beijing Kitchen
- Don Alfonso 1890
- Golden Flower
- Golden Peacock at The Venetian Macao
- Guincho a Galera
- Imperial Court
- Jade Dragon
- Robuchon au Dome
- The Kitchen
- The Tasting Room
- Tim's Kitchen
- Wing Lei
- Zi Yat Heen
About SCMP Group Ltd
SCMP Group Limited (HKSE: 0583) is a leading newspaper and magazine publisher in Asia. Its flagship publication, South China Morning Post, is Hong Kong's internationally recognised English language newspaper and has the city's most affluent and influential readership. First published in 1903, the newspaper has developed an enviable reputation for authoritative, influential and independent reporting on Hong Kong, China and the rest of Asia. Available in print, iPad and online through scmp.com and e-reader editions, South China Morning Post reaches a global audience with daily breaking news, analysis and opinion, multimedia articles and interactive forums. The South China Morning Post received 65 awards in 2013 for excellence in editorial, marketing and technical capability. Other titles in the Group include the Sunday Morning Post, the Chinese editions of Cosmopolitan, Harper's Bazaar, ELLE, ELLE Men, Esquire and CosmoGirl!, HK Magazine, The List, Where Hong Kong, and Where Chinese.
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