Maxim's Chinese Restaurant in Hong Kong International Airport
Departures Check-in Hall Mezzanine
Operating Hours: 06:30 - 23:30
Telephone: 2186 6068
It was finally time to bid farewell to Hong Kong. We arrived at the airport way too early and decided to have lunch after checking in. We originally planned to just eat a sandwich but then my dad saw the Maxim's on the 2nd floor of the airport (Tip: Before entering immigration area) and it was perfect because we weren't able to eat at Maxim's in Hong Kong this time around. I was not even aware that the HK airport had a fine dining Maxim's Chinese Restaurant but I'm so glad we stumbled upon it because it's one of my all time favorites.
|Roasted Goose and Honey Glazed Pork loin|
|Deep Fried Taro Puff HKD $21|
|Spiced Beef Brisket with Noodles in Soup HKD $48|
|Steamed Shrimp and Vegetables Dumpling HKD $34|
|Steamed Shrimp Dumpling HKD $36|
|I can't seem to remember the exact name of the dish but it's main ingredient is eggplant. We wanted to try something different but it's not as good as we thought it would be.|
|Steamed Bean Curd Skin Flakes Rolls HKD $33|
|Steamed Chicken with Mushroom and Fish Maw HKD $33|
|Fried Shrimp in Scrambled Egg HKD $108|
|This is the dim sum menu but they also have another menu in the restaurant. (You can click on the picture for a bigger size of the menu.)|
And for all the foodies and dim sum lovers, Maxim's is like the forefather of dim sum restaurants in Hong Kong. It first started out in 1956 and has grown so much over the years. In 2010, the Maxim's Group was the only HK catering representative in the Shanghai World Expo (http://www.maxims.com.hk/en/about/cat_01_b.asp).