Had lunch in Spring Moon our first day at the Peninsula. The food was all so different from what I am used to, but, the others in our party all raved over it. It was my first meal in Asia ever and had been told prior that it was the REAL Chinese food, it was certainly different looking. I stuck to my fried rice which was excellent. The candied walnuts they serve when first seated went down a treat as well. The table settings were nice and food once ordered came out in good time.
I was taken aback when one of the chicken dishes came out with a perfect severed head added as decoration, I assume, I don't think it was there for eating.
Went back our last night for dinner, while waiting for a table popped into The Bar for a quiet drink while listening to some soft piano.
Two in our party had ordered the same dish and were not happy with it at all, my rice was fine and the rest of the party enjoyed their meals as well. My partner mentioned the fact that the two chicken dishes were very dry and a bit off to the Maître D and their meals were removed from the bill which was decent of them. Since it was our last night no one wanted to make a big scene, even though my partner and the other lady who had the same dish both had upset tummy's overnight, but nothing too drastic.
Hopefully it was a one time thing and was not be enough to put us off from going back again. We had a great time and good wine.