Yun Yan Modern Sichuan Restaurant Opens in Causeway Bay

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In the year 1994, the Miramar Group founded the Yunyan Sichuan Restaurant which became one of this beautiful city’s top destinations for authentic Sichuan cuisines. Showing off the unique Sichuan feature “one dish, one style; a hundred dishes, a hundred flavors” the Yunyan Sichuan Restaurant has received widespread critical acclaims both locally and internationally!131209 Chilled Noodles with Garlic Pork Belly

Approaching their 20th anniversary, the restaurant will be reinventing themselves to create a new image and develop new cuisines under the new name “Yun Yan”. Gracefully shedding their old image, Yun Yan celebrates the history of its predecessor and reinforcing the established successful identity.

Embracing the traditional Sichuanese culture, the interior of Yun Nan has the warmth of wood, bamboo and rustic brick walls contrasted against contemporary furniture creating a intriguing modern elegance which would surely surprise you upon entering.

The new evolution will not only be affecting the looks, but also the food. At Yun Yan, the authentic Sichuan cooking takes on a whole new look. With a whole new spectrum of creative dishes that will spark wonder and delight in the fiery nuanced cuisines. The menu, conveived by head chef Kenny Chan, exemplifies the five distinctive styles of spiciness in Sichuan cuisines: Mala (Tongue-numbing spiciness), Hula (Dried chili flavor), Pickled Pepper, Chopped Chili and Hot & Sour.

131209 Eight-flavor Tofu

As well as enjoying the specialty dishes such as the Sauteed Mud Crab and Rice cakes with Pickled Pepper, and the Hot and Sour Crab Meat Soup served with Yunan’s special Vinegar pudding, diners are also invited to discover the staple food of Sichuanese cuisine at the tofu bar where soybean curds are freshly homemade every day! Explore the use of sweet and savory ingredients on tofu creations with the Eight-Flavor Tofu served with 8 condiments for a impressive bold mix of flavors!

Made specifically to fend the burning sensation of the hot cuisine, Yun Yan’s range of homemade drinks are infused with fresh fruits like the Citrus Kamquat Soda. The Butyl Tea and Purple Herbal Tea uses Chinese herbs to create a spectacular combination with the dishes.

Experience a hot dinner at Yun Yan at:
Shop 1001B, 10/F Times Square, No. 1 Matheson Street, Causeway Bay, Hong Kong
Opening Hours:
Mon-Sun 12:00 – 16:00, 18:00 – 23:00

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