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This place is a true classic having invented the sweet (a.k.a "swiss") chicken wings. Always enjoy the food here whether it is lunch or dinner. I always get the same things, so would be keen to try some of their other dishes
While me, my hubby and our two teenagers strolled down Causeway Bay, I was surprised Tai Ping Koon still kicking around the same location! So I decided to take my family for dinner on our last night stay in Hong Kong. Food was great. I...More
This is the first time I had dinner at The restaurant. The decorations are old and the food is not bad, but no excitement. Some waiters are very dirty, the one served us has 1-inch long nails and fungus, so horrible 😥 The famous chicken...More
Every time my wife and myself visit Hong Kong we were sure go to this place for their roasted pigeon. Though the price had increased the taste and texture of the bird still remain. Hopefully, they can hold their price (hk$153).
First time to this restaurant located in Causeway Bay which was recommended by friends living in HK. Their ox tongue was excellent! Succulent and tasty and I would highly recommend this to people who loves ox tongue. The swigs sauce chicken wings was superb. The...More
This restaurant was started in 1860 as the first "Western style" restaurant in Guangzhou. They have since moved to Hong Kong and it's an iconic place as my grand parents used to come here. It's not quite French cuisine, but it's definitely Western cuisine with...More
The four Tai Ping Koons still left, two in Hong Kong and two in Kowloon, are an example of traditional Hong Kong style western food. It's not real western and not real Chinese either. It's unique to Hong Kong and sometime only the old timer...More
Wan Chai and Causeway Bay are the retail centers of Hong Kong Island. Filled with shops, malls and restaurants, both areas are bustling with people – tourists and locals alike. Causeway Bay has one of the highest rents on the planet, and is a bit more polished and modern than its Wan Chai counterpart. Beneath the surface there is more than meets the eye – find boutique stores in the above ground floors of
buildings and wander into side streets to find interesting restaurants and shops tucked away from the main roads. Wan Chai especially has experienced a modern revival in recent times, with an influx of trendy restaurants and bars around the Star Street area. In addition, both areas contain many of Hong Kong’s iconic tourist attractions worthy of your visit.