The Red Pepper Restaurant - Hongkong
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Directions to The Red Pepper Restaurant
Located about 5 minutes walking distance from the Causeway Bay MTR station, the Red Pepper restaurant has largely remained unchanged over the years. The décor is traditional Chinese, inducing nostalgia as you browse their Sichuan-inspired menu.
The Red Pepper restaurant is known for their Sizzling Chili Prawns, Diced chicken with Hot Sauce, and Braised Bean Curd and Minced Pork with Chili sauce.
It is worth noting that portions run a bit on the small side, and that they charge for both the 3 small appetizers of peanuts, pickled cucumbers and Kim chi, as well as tea. If you don’t want the appetizers, simply say so when the waiter drops them off. This is not a place to go if you’re in a hurry.
Credit cards accepted. 10% service charge included.Expect to spend about $80-150HKD for lunch, and about $150-300HKD for dinner per person.
To burn off some calories afterwards, you can walk about 5 minutes, either to Times Square, or Sogo (a department store).
Hours open daily, 11:30-00:00
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