Dishes are reasonably priced. Lunch sets are available at about 250 to 450 MOP per head (31 to 56 USD), with individual dim sum dishes averaging 60 MOP (8 USD) each. Sets are not available during dinner; and, a la carte dishes average about 200 MOP each (26 USD) excluding Chinese delicacies like shark fin, abalone and bird’s nest. Guests should try their barbequed pork made with black Iberian pigs, and their 8-treasure duck (but the duck must be reserved in advance).
Reservations recommended; online bookings are available via the restaurant website.
When visiting Ying, be sure to get a seat near the windows for a beautiful view of the Macau Peninsula.