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Established in 1978, Peking Garden is one of Maxim’s Chinese Cuisine’s longest-standing and most well-acclaimed provincial cuisine restaurants that serve authentic Peking cuisine. Peking Garden has earned a global reputation and many accolades for its classic dish the Peking Duck; Deep-fried prawns in chilli sauce as well as Deep-fried fish with sweet & sour sauce & pine seeds are also among some of the signature dishes served.
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This restaurant is quite upmarket in decor but lacking in ambiance
and service. The Peking Duck was really average as compared
to many other restaurants I have eaten it at. The Duck was mostly fat and little crunchy skin
I had the pleasure to eat at the Peking Garden located on the 3rd floor of Star House. The food is terrific, and the presentation is top rate. The restaurant offer a great view of the Hong Kong Island skyline and you can enjoy this...More
The Peking Duck here is esquire as are their prawns, and lovey dissents! If your in the Peninsula or Intercontinental Hotels, just hop and skip over here for a Chinese treat! A telling good sign about Peking Garden is that it’s packed with local Hong...More
Good location, near to the pier, can go sightseeing after dinner on HK Skyline
Recommended by colleague to try their signature Peking Duck, I was not disappointed
We have ordered few dishes, and do prepare to pay, this is not a cheap eat location
We visited on recommendation from a friend. Great range of dishes - we had the Peking Duck (actually wasn’t my favourite but nice enough), as well as Lemon chicken (lovely); rice with fried pork (delicious) and crispy fried chilli beef - my favourite dish. We...More
Went In on the off chance after as day’s shopping, given a table immediately, and from then on our service could not be faulted, prompt order taking and delivery of the food, and an attentive drinks waiter. We were offered Jasmine tea as we sat...More
Worst service ever, waited 15 minutes after being seated in the bar, finally stopped someone to take order, never saw our waiter again. Continually had to grab a staff member to get drunk refills, etc. Food was good but was overshadowed by the service. Ruined...More
Crowded & noisy, just like you'd expect in an authentic Cantonese restaurant. Menu caters to western palates, but who cares?.....it's delicious. Service is very prompt (management really wants to flip those tables) and staff is friendly. Great place to take your untraveled board members or...More
I read the reviews re the Peking Duck was so,so.. however, where we live Peking Duck isn’t available.
Being in Hong Kong we decided we wanted to have an authentic Peking duck and we thoroughly enjoyed it along with a nice Pinot Grigio...
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