It was my first time dining here and I really loved it.
There were three really fantastic items that I wouldn't mind coming here again for.
These are the Honey-glazed Barbecued Pork, Pan-fried Chicken Fillet with Ginger and Mandarin Peels and the egg tarts.
The Double-boiled Pig's Lung with Fish Maw in Almond Soup was creamy and luxurious because normally you won't find fish maw or chicken feet in it as well.
The Pan-fried Chicken Fillet with Ginger and Mandarin Peels was my other favourite because it was boneless and almost skinless. It was so aromatic with the crunchy ginger pieces and mandarin peels, again heaven with plain rice.
For vegetables, we had the Stewed Chinese Lettuce with Preserved Shrimp Paste in Clay Pot. The shrimp paste was nice and strong but not too salty.
We also tried the Rice dumpling which was garnished with a lavish big abalone and stuffed with goodies.
For desserts had the Baked Mini Egg Tarts and red date pudding.
Red Date pudding:
The egg tarts were cute and delicious.
Yat Tung Heen, Eaton Hotel: