New Look for Yan Yoh Heen Restaurant

  • Yan Toh Heen Superior Dumplings.

    Yan Toh Heen Superior Dumplings.

  • Yan Toh Heen wine cellar.

    Yan Toh Heen wine cellar.

  • The entrance to Yan Toh Heen.

    The entrance to Yan Toh Heen.

  • The dining room of Yan Toh Heen.

    The dining room of Yan Toh Heen.

  • The main dining room.

    The main dining room.

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With a taste warranting a Michelin star, the InterContinental Hong Kong’s Yan Yoh Heen has undergone an extensive renovation to match its fine Cantonese cuisine. A black marble pond now greets guests upon entry, with an abstract art piece depicting a Chinese gemstone seal and ink pad. Chinese design continues to influence the restaurant from hand-carved jade place settings along with touches of amber and imperial gold, shades customary of ancient dynasties. A showcase of modern tea pots and vases, reminiscent of traditional “treasure rooms” found in homes, adds a familial undertone to the space. In the main dining room of the restaurant Korean artist Ran Hwang created three-dimensional abstract art using pins and buttons with materials sourced from the fashion industry. Patrons can gaze upon Hwang’s work while sampling the cooking of Chef Lau Yiu Fai. With more than 27 years of experience and 14 of them at Yan Toh Heen, Chef Lau serves contemporary Cantonese that has earned him international acclaim.

For more information, visit InterContinental Hong Kong

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