Time Out says
Stepping into Lai Po Heen is like entering a Chinese tycoon’s private dining room. Its high ceiling, glass panel sliding doors embellished with classic oriental designs, and chandeliers all spell grandeur. The marble tables and blackwood chairs lend a sense of comfort as you dine on custom-designed china and cutlery in classic black and white with cherry blossom patterns. The 164-seater restaurant also launched a new dim sum menu as well as an a la carte appetiser, main course and soup menu. For dim sum, go for the steamed chicken with shrimp dumplings and if you need something more filling, the deep-fried crispy eel coated with honey sauce is the way to go.