Lai Po Heen
If you have a hankering for hearty Cantonese cuisine, Lai Po Heen is the place to go, whether it's for a family feast or an important lunch meeting.
WHAT TO ORDER
For frequent diners, the double-boiled tonic soup served in a traditional ‘kung fu pot’ or the Lai Po Heen wok-fried cubed beef tenderloin tossed in black pepper and onions are perennial favourites.
The crispy fried scallops with salted egg yolk and cereal is irresistible. Coated with a strong flavour profile courtesy of the salted egg yolk and crunchy cereal, the sea treasures burst with flavour.
Also worth trying is the LPH special seafood fried rice with spicy scallop sauce and fried omega-rich grouper fillet with pomelo and Thai plum sauce.
Some come to Lai Po Heen just for their durian pancakes and it’s really a celebrated fact that this restaurant serves the best version of this pancake. If you love the king of fruits, you will be back for the LPH signature ‘D24’ durian pancakes again and again.