Jetset Report: Authentic Cantonese Cuisine at Sing Yin, W Hotel Hong Kong

Sing Yin at the W Hotel Hong Kong

 

Hong Kong architect Steve Leung-- who’s been described as “one of the leading lights in the world of design”-- created the interiors for Sing Yin, the authentic Cantonese restaurant that opened at the W Hotel Hong Kong at the end of 2010. It’s a stylish space, combining classic Hong Kong scenes and ancient Chinese artifacts. (You’ll also find murals of Hong Kong’s electrified streets and LCD fish tanks projected on the walls.) To quote the designer: “Sing Ying’s design is a further elaboration of how my philosophy Enjoy Life, Enjoy Design can be woven into daily life. I hope diners of Sing Yin have the opportunity to soak up Hong Kong’s unique culture while enjoying the world-class cuisine on offer.”

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The all-you-can-eat Dim Sum, priced from HK $175, features a wide variety of items from the signature menu, created by Chef Bryan Lee, who has honed his culinary expertise in restaurants all across China. Don’t miss the Steamed Minced Pork with Crabmeat Dumpling. Seafood is also a highlight here. Located on the first floor of the W Hotel Hong Kong. Open from 11:30 am- 3 pm and 6 pm -11 pm.

 

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