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The official dress code at Yan Toh Heen is smart casual. Women have some leeway to interpret that as they wish, but men are advised to avoid sleeveless shirts, shorts, slippers and open shoes. This is a popular lunch spot with business diners in suits and dresses, but you’ll see more casually dressed clients as well, many of whom are hotel guests. Dinner feels a bit more formal. Either way, this is an elegant dining room filled with fine art and fine wine, and frequently a choice for special occasions. In other words, you’ll probably feel more comfortable at the smarter end of smart casual.