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Yan Toh Heen

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Yan Toh Heen Review

This Cantonese restaurant in the InterContinental Hong Kong sets formal elegance against expansive harbor views, and the food is at the top of its class. Exquisite is hardly the word for the place settings, all handcrafted with green jade. Dim sum is done well and if you're looking for more extravagant dishes, there's a vast selection of seafood that includes fresh fish, red coral crab, cherrystone clam, and sea whelk. The menu also has a full vegetarian section, showcasing delicious and nutritious dishes created by Chef Lau Yiu Fai. Note that sleeveless shirts and shorts are not allowed on men.

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  • Reservations essential.
  • Credit cards accepted.
Updated: 02-19-2013

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    Yan Toh Heen Review

    Largely unmemorable food - frog legs are essentially flavorless (can't even remark "tastes like chicken"). The only thing I'd go for again would be the "crispy milk" - custard captured in perfectly-fried pockets that are sized like giant tater tots. Expect the service to outshine the scenery and food.

    by downer, 12/15/11

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