Inspired by southern China's culinary traditions, InterContinental Beijing Sanlitun is proud re-launch Ying, its Chinese restaurant, with a brand new menu inspired by the essence of Cantonese cuisine. Expect dishes that are fresh and seasonal; robust and elegant; and traditional but with a touch of contemporary.
Go on an exquisite adventure of Chinese cuisine at Ying, the perfect place for savoring Chinese flavor in the vibrant and trendy Sanlitun area of Beijing. Helmed by Chef David Lv, executive Chinese chef, Ying boasts a refined culinary team of experts specializing in Cantonese cuisine and more. The restaurant serves some of the best Cantonese classics as well as authentic local dining favorites, such as Peking roast duck.
The sumptuous Chinese food is complemented with modern Chinese décor, dignified blue chairs, an open and flowing space and warm lighting. Those seeking a more private setting can enjoy intimate dining rooms for a full culinary experience.
Chef David has participated in Season 2 of the popular gourmet documentary Once Upon a Bite. Several of his classic dishes make an appearance in the show, which has been viewed more 100 million times. His three signature dishes – Gold Emperor roasted goose (pictured at top), braised pork feet in green plum sauce and stir-fry mushrooms with foie gras and basil – are all nicely presented in the new menu. Your tastebuds are sure to be taken on a hearty journey this summer with seasonal ingredients, flavorful sauces and Chef David’s cooking expertise.
At Ying, you can also enjoy Cantonese classics such as barbecued pork loin & honey sauce, salted roast chicken, matsutake broth stewed mountain ginseng, braised cod fish with dried tofu sticks, pan-fried pork ribs with soya sauce and lettuce with chili soy sauce. Each of these dishes are well-renowned and highly-recommended, prepared with both creativity and close attention to authenticity.
What’s more, Ying has offered a classic six-course set of Chef David’s signature creations priced at RMB358. Start with cold appetizers, such as abalone with roasted pepper, shrimp spiced with rice wine and sea urchin with eggplant. Move onto a decadent selection of mains, which include slow-cooked Wagyu beef short ribs. End on a sweet note with chilled mango, sago and pomelo cream. This exquisite degustation menu has all the classics, so you do not want to miss out!
For a summer full of class and style, make sure not to miss the brand new Ying Chinese!
[All images courtesy of InterContinental Beijing Sanlitun]