Peking Garden - Hongkong
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Directions to Peking Garden
A restaurant which started in 1978, Peking Garden is proving to stand the tests of time. Tradition, a very important word in Chinese culture, is the reason why Peking Garden is still open to this day. Situated on the 3rd floor of Star House, Peking Garden provides an excellent view of Victoria Harbour.
You can choose from an a la carte menu or a customizable line-up of dishes for 10 people or more (known as lauriat). Their specialties are the legendary Barbecued Peking Duck, The Beggar’s Chicken (needs to be ordered 24 hours in advanced), Deep Fried Prawns in Sweet-Sour and Chili Sauce, and the Deep Fried Sliced Fish in Sweet and Sour Sauce. Each dish serves about 2 – 4, with lauriat meals serving multiple dishes.
Expect to pay HK$150 and below for lunch, and HK$300 to HK$400 for dinner.
It is recommended that reservations be made to eliminate waiting time for a table. Open daily from 11:30am-3:00pm and 5:30pm-11:30pm. You can visit the Tsim Sha Tsui Clock Tower before or after your meal. You can also watch the Symphony of Lights laser from the Avenue of Stars which is along the Tsim Sha Tsui promenade.
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