Yan Toh Heen - Intercontinental Hong Kong
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Relocating to a stunning new harbourview home within InterContinental Hong Kong in mid-July 2018, the new Yan Toh Heen, designed by Henry Leung of CAP-ATELIER, preserves the restaurant’s rich heritage and elegant jade theme – while showcasing a unique series of spaces inspired by a jade jewellery box which opens to reveal layers of treasured collectibles and discoveries of Cantonese culinary arts.
Great!!! Definitely will visit there again
Great location and view, but low value for food and service.
Yan Toh Heen provides very good and impressive lunch at reasonable price. Im willing to recommend this place to my friends.
Worth the Michelin 2 stars! And oh what a night. They even printed a gluten free tasting menu for me . Everything was perfect except the lobster was slightly over cooked but within minutes I had a second one that was wonderful. Three and half hour dinner with wine and a dry ice mango dessert, what could be better. Don’t go if you don’t want to pay though, because it is very expensive!
Good service, food and drink. We choose tasting menu
We had lunch here on a Friday. Service was excellent. Ambient was perfect. Dim sum was delicious but not as exciting nor innovative though. Overall the dinning experience is worthy of Michelin 2 stars.
Food and service are very good, in fact way better than Tang Court (Michelin 3 stars). The ambient is comparable to that of Benu in San Francisco (3 Michelin star Chinese/Asian restaurant). Food is innovative and delicious. Definitely worthy of 2 stars.
The restaurant is facing the Hong Kong harbor with a spatacular harbor view, especially at 8:00pm when the light show comes up, what a spatular backdrop! The service is exceptional; the food not only looks great but also tastes wonderful. I especially like their choices of Chinese tea, the restaurant has a tea sommelier to help us select a perfect tea (if you prefer tea over wine with Chinese food) to compliment the food. I've tried the diem sum lunch and romantic dinner, both are well prepared, elegantly served. Though the restaurant is on the expensive side, the experience of food, service and atmosphere deinitely worth it.
Just fantastic! Romantic with a backdrop of harbor lightshow
I enjoyed our meal, it was a spectacular location and the staff were very accommodating. Initially we were placed on a table in the corner without a riverside view. We asked to be swapped and they made efforts to swap us to a closer table as soon as it was available. The air conditioning was a bit cold but again they warmed it up when we asked.
So onto the meal. We were not entirely sure what was best to order as there’s a lot oF authentic but a bit daunting foods, such as birds nest and various fungus dishes. As much as we wanted to be adventurous tasters, the price of these dishes made us turn to safer options of lobster with crispy taro ball and beef noodles. These were good, and the lobster was a chef recommended dish. However we were unaware it was more of a starter portion and definitely not enough for a main.
We enjoyed the atmosphere very much and the view of the light show was a nice touch. I really enjoyed the small after dinner nibbles too, which were on the house but I would say was actually one of our meal highlights as it evoked some great food conversations!
Overall good, and we would recommend.
I guess it was not the smartest choice to have the Peking Duck at this restaurant, as I'm sure it is not the best dish to showcase the chef's skills. The Peking Duck was fine - not the best example I have had, but well presented with a range of condiments. The frog's legs (on the chef's recommendation list) were oily and nondescript, while the vegetable dishes could have come from any quality Cantonese restaurant. A reasonable meal, but a bit difficult to swallow at $500 USD, and not special enough to warrant two Michelin stars. The restaurant is beautifully furnished, wait-staff were mostly well-versed but lacking warmth, and the overall ambiance was on the sterile side. While I would love to be able to recommend this restaurant, there are better places to drop this amount of money in HK.
Foods are all good.
We enjoyed real Chinese dishes.
We want to taste more dishes.
Your hospitality was very good.
You offered us good table.
Senery was very good.
We enjoyed night view, especially
symphony of night!
It was the most delicious food I ate in Hong Kong. Special course for Korean is really nice.
This was an outstanding and memorable Cantonese dinner, with a few twists that invigorated the taste buds. The accompanying Pu Er tea greatly enhanced the pleasure of eating.
The service is excellent! Definitely no complain at all.
Yan Toh Heen - Intercontinental Hong Kong is rated 4.5 stars by 16 OpenTable diners.