HEI YIN Chinese Restaurant at GAYSORN VILLAGE
At “HEI YIN” the authentic Cantonese restaurant, we are dedicated to presenting a modern take on a celebrated cuisine and heritage, aimed to connect families and the community through our generous spread of food, warmth, and service.
“HEI YIN” is inspired by an ancient Cantonese legend, with an intention to celebrate the culinary abundance and expertise renowned to Cantonese cuisine. Owing its culinary origins to Guangzhou, a city that borders the South China Sea and its northern mountain with plentiful rainfall and flourishing blossoms all year round, the abundance in natural resources and seasonal agriculture creates a perfect environment for cultivating a flavorful culinary palette.
With our chefs’ expertise and the heritage of authentic Cantonese cuisine, we take pride in serving exceptionally fresh and natural rich flavors made modern.
Recommended menu items include the signature “Lychee Wood Roasted Hong Kong Style Suckling Pig” and delectable a la carte dishes like ““HEI YIN” Style Boneless Chicken Stuffed with Shark Fin in Supreme Broth” and “Double-boiled Premium Fish Maw Soup with Conch, Japanese Sea Cucumber, Dried Scallop”.
A wide selection of freshly made Hong Kong style dim sum and freshly baked Hong Kong style desserts such as “Hong Kong Egg Tarts”, “Huangqiao” Style Sesame Cake”, and “Baked Snow Bun with Almond Milk Cream” are also not to be missed. Indulge in an exceptional feast with over 100 menu items in an elegant dining space, ideal for celebrating special occasions. The interior design and ambience get center stage.
The restaurant’s dining room is jazzed up with contemporary furnishings. Four uniquely decorated private dining rooms are ready to accommodate parties of four and more, celebrations, corporate parties, family gatherings, to name a few. HEI YIN is a true heaven for all Cantonese food lovers.
HEI YIN is a dining concept inspired by an ancient Cantonese legend, with an intention to celebrate of the culinary abundance and expertise renowned to Cantonese cuisine.
Owing its culinary origins to Guangzhou, a city that borders the South China Sea and its northern moutain with plentiful rainfall and flourishing blossoms all year round, the abundance in natural resources and seasonal agriculture creates a perfect environment for cultivating a flavourful culinary palette.
Acording to the legend, there was a time when draught and starvation succeeded many years. Five celestial being who rode on goats, flew from the skies and blessed the land with good harvests after being moved by the prayers of the people. Ever since then, Guangzhou was bestowed with bumper harvest of grain every year.
Legend has it that the Five Immortals Temple in Guangzhou was built in their memory, where the five immortals flew down.
This legend was since collected into the first batch of The Masterpieces of the Oral and Intangible Heritage of Humanity of Guangzhou in 2007.
Chan Kwok Hung
Executive Chinese Chef
- Lychee wood roasted Peking duck
- BBQ honeycomb Kurobuta pork “Char Siew”
- HEI YIN fried-rice (Alaskan king crab leg, shrimps, white egg, fresh shrimp roes, Osietra caviar and crispy dried scallop)
- Fried-rice with crispy pork belly and salted fish
“Your great experience is my pride.”
Chan Pui Kwan
Executive Sous Chef (Dim Sum)
- Rice noodle rolls wrapped with spring rolls and minced shrimp
- Baked Bolo bun with BBQ Kurobuta pork
- Steamed bean curd skin wrapped with minced shrimp & pork with lobster bisque
- Hong Kong egg tarts
- Hei Yin Xiao Long Pao Crab roes and pork dumpling
“ Working through success is simplier than wating time explaining why you can’t.”
- Crispy rice served with lobster bisque
- Pan-seared Morel mushroom stuffed with minced shrimp
- Pan-fried boneless chicken wings with shallots, garlic, sand ginger, dried orange peel in casserole
- Crispy boneless chicken wings stuffed with sticky rice and assorted meat