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    <<28th February 2019 – Hong Kong>> Hoi King Heen, Hong Kong’s renowned fine-dining restaurant for traditional Cantonese fare in the InterContinental Grand Stanford Hong Kong, celebrates 25 successful years in operation. In honour of this grand milestone in Hoi King Heen’s long history with the hotel, Executive Chinese Chef Leung Fai Hung has gone back in time to retrieve and revive six nostalgic signature dishes that are no longer on the present menu. From 1 March till 30 April, Hoi King Heen will serve these six dishes as specials on the menu for a limited time only.

    Hoi King Heen 25th Anniversary Specials from 1 March to 30 April

    Beginning with the iconic dish that was conceived during the start of Chef Leung’s tenure in 1995, the Sweetened Cashew Nut Cream (HK$60 per guest) was the chef’s first signature Chinese sweet soup at Hoi King Heen. The soup features nutty ground cashews, texturised with gelatinous algae nostoc and chewy, glistening beads of pearl barley, otherwise known as the ‘Chinese Caviar’ that are traditionally used in desserts.

    One year later in 1996, Chef Leung was invited to create a special dish to commensurate the flexibility of Chinese cooking methods. The resulting dish was the highly comforting Braised Beef Brisket with Papaya (HK$128 per guest), wherein onions, ginger, soy sauce and whole US short ribs are braised for two hours and served in a fragrant papaya bowl.

    In 1999, guests visiting Hoi King Heen raved over a particular creation by Chef Leung that became the restaurant’s first signature savoury dish. The Crispy Fried Fish Maw with Egg White in Egg Yolk Sauce (HK$388 per guest) was popular due to its premium components, including the luxurious collagen-rich fish maw and the salted egg yolk sauce. Created in multiple deep-fried layers consisting of fish maw and egg whites, the dish boasts varying textures and flavours, and is garnished with seaweed, red pepper and salted duck egg yolk for added umami.

    In 2003, Chef Leung introduced his first home-style Crispy Pork Belly Encasing Salted Egg Yolk (HK$298 per guest) on the a la carte menu, also the first dish designed to pair perfectly with wine. The request of the winemaker at the time was for a pungent and powerful dish to pair with the red wine. Chef Leung drew inspiration from his home province very close to Shun De in China, and presented local pork belly stuffed with salted egg yolk, braised with Chu Hou sauce before deep-frying.

    The dish that won the GOLD Award from The Best of the Best Culinary Awards in 2005, organized by Hong Kong Tourism Board, the Braised Crab Claw with Lotus Root and Pomelo Skin (HK$328 per guest) was a true crowd-pleaser back in its heyday. Chef Leung serves Australian mud crab two ways, with lotus paste stuffed in the claw and crabmeat deep-fried with tofu.

    Finally, Chef Leung has prepared a new and exclusive sixth dish for Hoi King Heen’s 25th anniversary with inspiration taken from all the previous years. Crispy Chicken with a Rose Petal and Orange Sauce (HK$280 for ½ Bird, HK$560 for full bird) is truly an exquisite creation that pays homage to Chef Leung’s historic tenure at Hoi King Heen, combining juicy Hong Kong-style roast Qing Yuan chicken with the fragrant flavours of rose flower and orange blossoms. For the flavouring, the rose is deep-fried and ground into a fine powder, cooked together with orange sauce, and then finished with rose flower smoke.

    Hoi King Heen is proud to present the above six specials on the special menu for a limited duration between 1 March and 30 April 2019. Promising a spectacular culinary experience for long-time fans of the restaurant as well as new visitors, Hoi King Heen looks forward to welcoming guests to celebrate its 25th anniversary this year.




    About Chef Leung Fai Hung

    Chef Leung Fai Hung is the Executive Chinese Chef at InterContinental Grand Stanford Hong Kong. With 40 years of culinary experience, Chef Leung has been with the hotel since 1995 and was promoted to Head Chef in early 1996. His cooking adventure began in 1979 and since then the Guangdong native has travelled extensively and further developed his culinary skills throughout China, Beijing, Japan, South Korea and Hong Kong, earning a notable recognition among foodies. He has also awarded one-star in Michelin Guide Hong Kong and Macau 2011, 2012 and 2013 respectively. Chef Leung was invited to be the contributor in a number of key local publications such as Hong Kong Economic Times, Metro Daily, Oriental Daily and Grocer and Caterer. Follow Chef Leung’s culinary journey at @ChefLeungFaiHung on instagram

    About Hoi King Heen

    Award-winning Hoi King Heen offers an authentic dining experience, incorporating new ideas to provide a modern twist to Cantonese classics. Every dish is prepared with great details and a paramount of traditional craftsmanship. Decorated in black, gold and burgundy with traditional Chinese displays, Hoi King Heen uses mirror arrangement that showcases a taste of simple elegance. Open for lunch and dinner, Hoi King Heen has five private rooms with a maximum capacity of 228 guests.



    Level B2, InterContinental Grand Stanford Hong Kong

    70 Mody Road, Tsimshatsui East, Kowloon, Hong Kong


    Opening Hours:          

    Monday to Saturday

    Lunch  11:30am – 2:30pm

    Dinner  6:00pm – 10:30pm


    Sunday and public holidays

    Lunch  10:30am – 2:30pm

    Dinner  6:00pm – 10:30pm


    About InterContinental Grand Stanford Hong Kong

    As a member of the InterContinental Hotels Group, the award-winning hotel is nestled in the heart of the shopping, business and entertainment district of Tsim Sha Tsui East that provides easy accessibility within the city and entry into China. Being recognized as the World’s Leading Luxury Business Hotel, Asia’s Leading Business Hotel and Hong Kong’s Leading Business Hotel by World Travel Awards, which is renowned as ‘the Oscars of the travel industry’, the hotel features 572 luxuriously-appointed guestrooms and suites that offer spectacular city or breath-taking views of Hong Kong’s Victoria Harbour and all the modern comfort.

    For more information, visit www.hongkong.intercontinental.com.