Lei Garden (Yian Plaza)

Restaurant 33 Jianshe 6th Rd, Yuexiu, Guangzhou, Guangdong, China, 510060 Published on: 18-09-2016

11:30 AM - 09:00 PM
Fine/Signature Dining
44.24 - 88.47 USD

Lei Garden (Yian Plaza) is good for

Good for family with kids Family with kids Good
Good for senior Senior Good
Good for couple Couple Good
Good for solo Solo Good
Good for group Group Good
  • Highly recommended by fellow travellers.
Lei Garden was established in 1973. It has evolved from a traditional Cantonese-style restaurant to an upmarket, international restaurant chain, offering culinary delights and unique tasting menus developed from different parts of the world.

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Why Lei Garden (Yian Plaza) is special ?

Must try dishes:

- Bak Tong Gou – White Sugar Sponge Cake

- Roast Pigeon

- Braised Mini Boneless Sparerib with home made sweet and sour sauce

- Sea blubber in balsamico vinegar

- Honey roast pork

- Crispy Roast pork

- Crispy Roast duckling

- Scallop with vermicelli

- Bamboo steamer

- Lap mee Fan – Claypot Rice


  • Noise level Normal
  • Budget Medium
  • Alcohol YES
  • Accept credit card YES
  • Serve breakfast NO
  • Serve halal NO
  • Serve vegeterian YES
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112.90 USD
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Anyone who is in GZ HAS to have at least lunch in this amazing restaurant. Service is excellent and the food is simply delicious. Pricing wise, it is more expensive than the normal dim sum restaurant but worth every cent. The English name of this restaurant is Lei Garden. Have tried their branches in Beijing, HK and Singapore. All good but this is the best. (In pricing too) The hotel helped us to call in advance to make a reservation for lunch. 2 sittings - 11.30am and 1pm. Also, you have to order the Peking duck in advance too. We didn't know on our first visit so we made another trip there the next day. No regrets cos its that good. Our group of 3 ladies had plump chicken feet in abalone sauce, turnip puff, char Siew puff, rice crackers in lobster soup (we had half portion but it's enough for 6 persons), half a roast goose, soup dumpling in superior stock, steamed Teochew dumplings. For dessert we had mango pomelo and almond milk. If you are wondering why we had so few items over 2 consecutive days, it's because most of the items were so good we just had to repeat them(left out the rice on 2nd day). The Peking duck, in my opinion, is good but I'll skip it to save tummy space for other dim sum items. There were many other items we wanted to order but just didn't have space in our stomachs! Special mention must go to the pastry Chef. The turnip puff simply melts in your mouth. As I'm writing this, my friends are still thinking about it 2 weeks after our trip! Order anything on the menu is that is baked by the pastry Chef and you won't go wrong. This is one restaurant that will make me go back to GZ anytime! Be warned though, once you try their dim sum, it is difficult to find another one that is as good as this and you wouldn't want to dine elsewhere!

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