Wanna try the Peking duck and the hotel staff recommend this place. It's quite a famous restaurant for the dish so it's a good idea to reserve your table ahead. Average price, yummy duck and a full belly.
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I took 6 overseas visitors as it was near their hotel. It is famous and although living in HK my husband and myself have never been. We are used to many excellent Chinese restaurants in HK and although the food I chose was good it...More
I read the reviews and was keen to try at our recent visit to Hong Kong. Yes, it's not that easy to find, you need to go into a side entrance and then upstairs. Greeted with a large well presented restaurant. Staff very attentive and...More
We wanted to have a final, fabulous meal in Hong Kong before we departed on the plane the following day. Based on reviews we chose Spring Deer, and we could walk. It was a great experience. The Peking Duck was a real treat. The other...More
While visiting Tsim Sha Tsui, an acquaintance suggested that I have a meal at Spring Deer, so I wandered over to the restaurant for dinner, at about 7:30 in the evening. After about a 10 minute wait, I was seated. I ordered a variety of...More
This is a popular restaurant, but we came just as it opened for lunch and were able to enjoy a Peking Duck and fried rice lunch. Started with Chicken Corn Chowder. The cook carves the duck for you at table side. One duck is enough...More
Do not miss this restaurant. We travel to Hong Kong frequently for work and always make the time to have dinner at Spring Deer. The Peking Duck is delicious and the service is outstanding.
This was the last stop on our food tour of Hong Kong and although we'd seen it on TripAdvisor it wasn't one of our "must eat at" restaurants... I am so glad we decided to go here as this restaurant was my favourite in Hong...More
Had booked this restaurant on the recommendation of others on TripAdvisor - we weren't disappointed. We had the Pekingese duck followed by a selection of other dishes. Food and service was great! There were a few other western faces but mainly locals which meant for...More