This is the Hong Kong branch of one of China's most prestigious and famous restaurants... The original restaurant opened its doors, in Beijing, in 1864 and has been serving its "imperial style" delicacies to kings, presidents, business tycoons and other rich and famous...
The restaurant's signature dish is, obviously, the Peking Duck, but you can also enjoy other scrumptious delicacies from the Pekinese cuisine, like: Imperial-style cold cuts, Drunken pigeon, Deep fried duck fillet stuffed with mashed shrimp and sesame, Sautéed sliced beef with scallion, Deep fried prawns with hot & spicy sauce, Spring roll with shredded duck meat and, of course, a good selection of delectable Dim-sum and dumplings.
Prices are quite reasonable for that kind of establishment: Dinner is around HK$ 150-300
Open daily for lunch and dinner.
South Seas Centre, 75 Mody Road, Tsim sha Tsui,
Phone: 2316 7218