Stopped in for lunch after morning of sightseeing. Food was good; interesting selection of dim sum items. Server even recommended and brought us his favorite dish from Hong Kong.
prices are high for Chinese food but the quality is excellent. everything is fresh and well made. service is very good. the ambiance is comfortable and very pleasing to the eye.
for a muslim traveller, i would recommend muslims/jews or non pork eaters to ask the conceirge one day in advance to arrange a menu with pork free oil, broth and meat. that what we did , and the hotel being an extremely freindly and flexible one were very receptive to our request and arranged with the chef in advance, im... More
The hotel just started serving a buffet breakfast there, and I recommend it. The decor is wonderful--just like an old Chinese aristocrat's house--and the food selection includes Chinese, Japanese and Western options. It's fun to include dim sum and Japanese rice and pickles with your usual breakfast fare.
I must say I was very disappointed to eat here at the Hei fung terrace while staying at the peninsula. I dont usually eat in hotel restaurants in Japan as i speak Japanese and know Tokyo very well so I try to avoid hotel restaurants in general as overpriced and not able to compete with the awesome local food, but... More
We had dinner here one evening while staying at the Peninsula Hotel. After two weeks of Japanese cuisine, we felt that some Chinese would be a nice diversion. We were pleased that they had Peking duck on the menu and that no advance notification was required for an order. The duck was excellent and prepared table side for our enjoyment.... More
Food is good, but not extraordinary especially at a hefty price they charge. It wasn't crowded but it took soooooo long to get the food. The service is odd... they would bring the check way too early before we've finished the food. I would NOT go back for a dinner. The breakfast buffet was good, though,
I was staying at The Peninsula hotel and out of convenience decided to have lunch at HeiFung Terrace.I had the set lunch there. The egg-drop soup contained imitation crab , it also tasted like it had been made a few days ago and had simply been reheated in a microwave. Considering the price of the set lunch, I felt like... More
Just ate a delicious meal at Hei Fung Terrace. We had hot/sour soup with shredded abalone (spicy and excellent), Kung Pao chicken, Japanese beef with vegetables, and prawns with chili sauce. All the dishes were spicy, but if you like Thai or Indian food then these dishes won't seem too spicy. We like to order multiple dishes to share and... More
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