3 Xing An Road, Pearl River New City, Tianhe District, Guangzhou 510623 China
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Lai Heen

Considered among the finest Cantonese restaurants in Guangzhou, the wellspring of Cantonese culture, Lai Heen offers fine Cantonese dining experiences in an unforgettable, traditionally-styled atmosphere. Beyond the main dining room, take refuge in eight semi-private and six private dining rooms. Enjoy contemporary inspirations alongside classic dishes—the recipes for which can be thousands of years old—all prepared under the watchful eye of Chinese Chef de Cuisine and expertly paired course-by-course with fine teas and wines.

Gordon Guo, the Executive Chinese Chef of The Ritz-Carlton, is well known as a master in “collecting food ingredients”. Every dish he cooks is unique and is full of surprises and expectations. Looking at his menu, you will find no ingredients that you often hear of or see. It is his constant pursuit of unique ingredients and his strict selection process, combined with his consummate cooking skills, which gave Lai Heen a refreshing look soon after his arrival. His imaginative mind and creative thinking are fully demonstrated in his new menu, “Natural·Lai Heen”.

Lunch: 11:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. Monday to Friday
            10:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday and Sunday
Dinner: 5:30 p.m. to 10 p.m.

Sturgeon Specials

Capable of growing to an impressive size, sturgeon are primarily known for producing caviar, but they are also a great source of protein. Try them in different Chinese recipes this September.

Date: September
Price: Starts from RMB138 per dish

*All prices are subject to a 15 percent service charge.
Savory Winter Melon
Combating the intense summer heat? Winter melon would be a great choice to cool down your body. A vegetable rather than a fruit in taste, it is always a popular ingredient for soup making in Chinese cuisine. At Lai Heen, try it with boiled scallop, shrimp, crab meat and chicken, or skip the poultry and crustaceans and simply devour it with braised shredded fish maw with scallops double-boiled in a hollowed gourd.

Date: August
Price: Starts from RMB138 per dish

*All prices are subject to a 15 percent service charge. 

Chinese Valentine's Day Lovers’ Menu
Also known as Qixi Festival, August 20 is a day for lovers for star gazing and counting their earthly blessings. Enjoy a romantic night with Cantonese delicacies in classic elegance.

Date: August 20, 2015 
Price: RMB988 per set

*All prices are subject to a 15 percent service charge.