Lai Po Heen

Malaysia Tatler Best Restaurants - - Chinese -

WHY GO

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.

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