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The Peninsula's Michelin-starred Cantonese restaurant presents fine Chinese cuisine in its purest form, steered by renowned Chinese Cuisine Executive Chef Gordon Leung. Specialities include an array of seafood, superlative dim sum and the restaurant’s acclaimed XO sauce made to a secret recipe. Dim sum at Spring Moon is a timeless classic, featuring expertly crafted favourites from pan-fried dumplings filled with pork, cabbage and mushrooms to baked crispy buns with minced Wagyu beef, onions and black pepper and steamed red Sicilian prawn soup dumplings with a refined twist
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Fantastic place for a slow Sunday lunch. Book ahead! Sublime dumplings together with a top Chablis (Sommelier extremely helpful). BBQ Pork Buns and shrimp and chive dumplings my favorite but everything is excellent. Service accomplished and smooth.
I’d lunch with 2 friends at Spring Moon today.
The service was good as usual.
But the standard of the food had dropped. Out of the eight dim sums we ordered, only the crispy taro puffs were good. The steamed shrimp dumplings were disappointing. Most...More
Atmosphere was superp, Classic Shanghai decoration with light Chinese music.
The service was also excellent, nice and smooth flow.
The foods were lovely.
I tried to book the table from this restaurant most of the time I visit Hong Kong.
I am not an expert of Chinese restaurants, even less so of those located in China. What I can say is that, for my western tastes and a liking for Asian cuisine, it was a fine dining experience, though not a memorable one. (I did...More
We visited Spring Moon before a concert across the road at The HK Culture Centre. A perfect combination! The staff are super attentive and helpfully suggested we take two half orders of the bbq meats combined rather than two full orders. We explained we were...More
it's still a pleasant dinner at our visit but changes changed since yrs back.
more seafood were added in the menu with fewer cantonese dishes - which made us a bit disappointed.
food quality was still in good standard, just the smoke-infused chicken we ordered...More
The meal was good but the overall experience was a disappointment. We asked the concierge for a recommendation for a 9pm dinner, the highly recommended the Spring Moon and to make a reservation. We arrived to find only one table with customers finishing dinner and...More
I went to spring moon 3 times while i was staying at peninsula hong kong and i wish it had been 4. Twice i went for dinner the dishes were one better than the other so tasty and well presented and the service impeccable very...More
so this place is in the iconic Peninsula hotel. and there is a strict dress code enforced so check their website for the details.
it is expensive like many other Michelin rated places and dinner there could cost you between $600- $1500 AUD depending what...More
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