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Hong Kong

Intercontinental hong Kong,
18 Salisbury Road,
Hong Kong
Tel: +852 27211211
Fax: +852 27394546

It’s no mean feat for Yan Toh Heen to be constantly voted amongst the best Chinese restaurants in Hong Kong. To outdo such estatablished names like the Yung Kee or newcomers like Spring Moon and the Shang palace there’s clearly something worth seeing here beside the breathtaking harbour view. Table-settings are the focal point of the restaurant with presentation plates, matching napkin rings, curved spoons and carved fish (used as a chopstick rest), all handcrafted in green jade, a symbol of excellence and purity to the Chinese. At the entrance to the restaurant is a 17th century Zi Tan table laden with flowers, symbolizing the current Chinese lunar month. The floral theme for this arrangement and the smaller ones on each dining table changes with every new turn of the zodiac. At lunch time, over thirty types of dim sum are served in traditional style. In addition, there is a menu of home-cooked Cantonese specialities. The à la carte menu features over 24 types of live fish, one of the largest selections of any Chinese restaurant in Hong Kong or internationally. With twenty years' experience at InterContinental Hong Kong and over 15 years in the Yan Toh Heen kitchen, Chef Lau Yiu Fai is a protégé of the hotel's late Executive Chinese Chef Cheung Kam Cheun. Together they put Yan Toh Heen on the international culinary map as one of the world's best Chinese restaurants. Using only the freshest and finest quality ingredients,. Chef Lau's specialties include dishes prepared with shark's fin, abalone, lobster and seafood.
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Cuisine: Chinese
Ambience: formal Fine Dining
Groups: large Parties Accepted
Special: Starspotting, Hotel

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