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I had a wonderful Sunday dim sum brunch. The must try is the steamed carrot cake which is done in traditional Cantonese style. Also, the coconut ice cream dessert is a must try.
Great food, service and also ambience. Very exquisite and refined dining experience.
Great ambience and presentation. Fast service and delicious food. Will come back.
Incredible evening. Kind and attentive waitresses. Very surprising dishes. We will be back!
Excellent in all aspects. We went to Yan for my dad’s birthday dinner. The food, including the pickles served before the main meal, was very much to my dad’s liking. Service and ambience were thumbs up as well. Went back the next day for dim sum lunch!
Very nice ambience especially the private little covered booths that line each side of the restaurant. The large private room is rather stark and not as beautiful and not private at all but still charged as a private room with minimum spend. Doesn't make sense. Seems to have a lot of regulars. Portions were quite small, not really enough for 4. Menu not much choice and not transparent. Mostly live seafood at market prices. Most of it was served in individual portions. Presentation of the shared portions were just thrown together on the plate. Beef cubes were over tenderised and had a strange texture. Peking duck skin not very cripsy. Duck meat 2nd course just served as is slightly dry. Did not acknowledge wedding anniversary even though stated on reservation.
Ordered Ala carte' Sweet and sour Pork, Garlic tossed Kailan, Roasted Duck, Stir fried Goruper with vegetables and oriental fried rice. The food was delicious. I told the waitress I don't eat pork, but rest of my team eats pork. She immediately asked the fried rice has pork and she recommended a different option. I told her to do the fried rice without pork and she said that can be replaced with egg. The warmth, ambience and location was very good. It was noisy during lunch as it was packed. Slightly expensive for set menu as it is $$$++
Took the set lunch $38. Noodle soup n fish with prawn were good. Having reserved 2 days ahead and the a few booth seats were unoccupied , one booth seats was occupied by 2 ladies only, the manager told me booth seats were reserved ( not stated on the table) until I firmly told him I made my reservations 2 days ago. Then he reluctantly led my gf and I to the booth seats . For $98 lunch, I would have treated my gf to another restaurant and eat to our hearts content . In short, the selling point is the booth seats, small portions of food for the price paid
Was there for lunch. Not a very big restaurant but loved the ambience and decor . Decent array of dishes and especially liked the hot and sour soup served in a coconut. Food quality was of a high standard. Pity that service leaves little to be desired. No greeting on arrival nor thank you/good-bye even from the restaurant manager, who looked quite frazzled. Difficult to get attention for service. The brusque service attitude makes you feel that you're in a HK tea house rather than a quality restaurant. Hope to see an improvement in my next visit.
We thoroughly enjoyed our dinner at Yan. Food was excellent and service staff was friendly and attentive. Birthday person received a pleasant surprise. Recommended for a great experience.