In Hong Kong, T’ang Court, known for its three Michelin stars since 2016, has now opened on The Langham Gold Coast.
The famous T’ang Court restaurant in Hong Kong has become a must-eat mainstay in the city and has had three Michelin stars in seven years since 2016. With this restaurant, it has emerged as an easier option than international travel for Australians who want to try the Cantonese menu.
The Langham Gold Coast hotel has reopened in June after it first announced it was under construction in May, while T’ang Court has announced it will be located in southeast Queensland.
About T’ang Court
Its name comes from the Tang Dynasty and the restaurant aims to bring a luxurious approach to both its surroundings and its cuisine. In the decor, the coating used in the abstract artworks of Australian painted Lindi Li is combined with colorful colors. As for the food range, it covers favorites and seasonal favorites, including both a la carte meals and three set menus.
“Our first Australian T’ang Court restaurant marks a significant leap forward for the local dining landscape. Authentic, traditional Cantonese fine dining is comparatively rare in Australia, so we’re thrilled to bring this unique experience to life for locals and travellers, from other states and even internationally,” said Howard Lam, Director of Chinese Cuisine for Langham Hospitality Group.
Located indoors on level three at The Langham, and seating 80, T’ang Court is serving lunch from 12–3pm and dinner from 5.30–11pm five days a week — operating from Wednesday–Sunday.