Yan Toh Heen: Exquisite table of treasures at the InterContinental Hong Kong
- Signature menu items include wok-fried Wagyu beef with green peppers, mushrooms and garlic, and crispy fried rice with crab claw in fish bouillon
The InterContinental Hong Kong may be going through some changes but its Chinese restaurant is still going strong. With its spectacular views of Victoria Harbour and the strong theme of jade in the decor, Yan Toh Heen gives the diner the feeling they’re sitting in a jewellery box that opens to reveal the treasure within – the opulent fare served from the kitchens.
Signature menu items include wok-fried Wagyu beef with green peppers, mushrooms and garlic, and crispy fried rice with crab claw in fish bouillon. Dumplings rule on the lunch menu and diners shouldn’t miss steamed lobster and crabmeat dumplings with vegetables.
Lower level, InterContinental Hong Kong, 18 Salisbury Road, Tsim Sha Tsui
Golden stuffed crab shell with crabmeat
Wok-fried lobster with crabmeat roe and fresh milk
Wok-fried Wagyu with green peppers, mushrooms and garlic