Food was fantastic. Had very traditional dim sum lunch. Everything was fantastic. Strongly recommend to anyone in Hong Kong.
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I have just dined, once again, at this extraordinary restaurant at The Peninsula. The atmosphere is refined and the decor, at once, atmospheric and elegant. The dignified and extraordinary service is peerless from greeting to farewell. Never once do my guests see a price. All...More
Situated in the exquisite Penninsula Hotel, Spring Moon itself has a slightly P&O style Art Deco feel about it, although it also evokes the colonial days of Hong Kong with polished wood paneling and brass fittings. And the dim sum will please! Lovely and fresh...More
Food and the service were top notch. Very much enjoyed tha a la carte choices. They accommodated a small change to the menu item very easily. Generally items do not seem too expensive for the quality you experience. I am slightly confused by the dress...More
Restaurant atmosphere is always good, but food quality not as good as before, roast pork in dimsum roast pork pastry is not so fresh. Diced Abalone rice too wet and salty. Have to return and cancel the rice. Service is always good. A bit disappointed...More
This restaurant has had a new chef for sometime and there is improvement in food quality. It is expensive but not the most expensive, however considering its luxurious competitors in the same area, Tang Court, Shang Palace....it suffers competition both in food quality and in...More
The quality of food was mediocre but the price is expensive! We didn't want to go back again, even the hot desserts were served lukewarm if not cold!
From the welcome to the fair well 5 Star all the way Starter spicy sour lobster soup Lobster scollop with chili Roasted duck , moist duck with Crispy skin yum Chinese spinach with garlic No room for desert It's was not cheap , but you...More
We enjoyed 5 different selections, sharing with each other, and the array of flavors were both nuanced and delicious. We especially liked the minced pork and shrimp dumplings. The mango pudding was a light and intensely flavorful dessert, perfect!