Went to this island today and asked three people about this place - all said it has closed. Didn't see it either.
Peng Chau is a simple small island, it is very calm and peaceful. When I saw this restaurant I though "oh a little restaurant, it must be calm" but now I have finished my wo wonderful dish, I know where paradise is Stanislas KL
With mediocre expectations, my girlfriend and I snagged an outdoor table after inquiring on a pretty limited menu. 4 cold beers and a sharp white wine later, we were settled into a great spot for a relaxed afternoon filled with people watching and sunshine. Once...More
In going to the sleepy fishing-village-vibe island, it was totally unexpected to find this place. The platter of cheeses and assorted meats was delicious, and the wine is good. The best thing about it is the feel of the place. The staff, and especially the...More
Peng Chau is a quiet island so this is very unusual, surprising treat to find here. The owner is very friendly and it was an excellent place to enjoy good wine, good cheese and cold meats. Relax and watch the locals go about their daily...More
Peng Chau isn't a massive thriving metropolis, so it's a bit surprising to find something as cosmopolitan as Copains D'Abord here - the main shopping alternative is the unlovely Wellcome supermarket down the street. The shop has somewhat eccentric opening hours, which depend on whether...More