Cantonese in Central: ZS Hospitality is at it again, this time with a Cantonese fine-dine called Ying Jee Club on Connaught Road Central.
Look & Feel: The two-story establishment uses emerald green and gold as motifs and is contemporary in feel. Marbled tables are paired with wide padded seats in muted colors.
On the Menu: Ying Jee Club serves traditional Cantonese dishes as well as dim sum during the day. Dishes include stir-fried sliced lobster ($380); pan-fried crab claws ($260); and crispy salted chicken ($280).
Meet the Chef: Chef Siu Hin-chi had worked at various Michelin-starred establishments before taking the helm at Ying Jee Club.
Great For: Indulgent meals, fancy lunch.
FYI: Ying Jee in tonal Cantonese actually sounds identical to the name of the Nexxus Building, where the restaurant is located.
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This writeup is a news piece and was not based on a restaurant visit. The Loop HK will update this post once we’ve visited in person.