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Came here for lunch as the duck was supposed to be great.
Had whole duck between 2 of us heaps of meat. Piles of pancakes which were far from the best either. Carved duck close by. Real old school waiters who were very nice.
Spring deer .... More like oh dear ...
We came into this establishment with high hopes and coming from England, was excited to try my first crispy duck from Hong Kong. First thing to take note , they carve the duck about 4 meters away...More
This is the worst place I’ve ever been to. The hospitality, horrible. First off, we were crammed into a corner, secluded from everyone else in the restaurant. We had ordered the duck, and when it came out, it was just bits of skin flipped upside...More
My wife and I were on our first trip to Asia, which included a stop in Hong Kong. I asked a cousin who goes there frequently for recommendations, and this was at the top of the list. Although a desk person at our hotel derided...More
Do not go to the Spring Deer without getting the Peking duck. It is wonderful. I have been going to the Spring Deer on visits to HK for 40 years. Not much has changed (and some of the staff haven't either!). Call days ahead to...More
Although it’s named after a “Beijing style” of cuisine restaurant, I find the taste/ flavour quite Cantonese accepted. My family enjoyed their food very much. The price was surprisingly acceptable for 8 people. Will come back again!
Had heard many a good thing about Spring Deer but was left very disappointed. The food was simply not good - it was basically what you'd expect from a sub-par Chinese/Peking duck restaurant back home. The 辣子鸡丁 was the best dish but even that looked...More
The staff here are rude.
Out of all the duck I have had in Hong Kong this is the greasiest.. and its costs £45. The waiter kept on telling me he accepted cash tips and when we signed the bill he made a point of...More
We went to this restaurant to celebrate my mother's 60th birthday. The food was outstanding. From vegetables to peking duck wraps to beef pockets, everything was wonderful. Service was brilliant as well. We had a marvelous feast! I will definately be back!!
This is my second time going here, and I would once again recommend it!
Staff are friendly and even though there’s always a bit of language barrier they have happy smiles and friendly faces.
The duck and wraps are outstanding , as well as the...More
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