Friends I was visiting in Hong Kong took me to this restaurant for some Peking duck. The duck did not disappoint, and the experience was made even more enjoyable by the fact that I could see the duck being skinned on a table near the entrance of the restaurant. Another group of diners ordered the beggar's chicken, so we were treated to the spectacle of someone trying to break the clay around the chicken with a mallet. My hostess informed me that on some nights they also demonstrate the preparation of handmade noodles.
They have lovely fruit juices to go with your meal. The place was very busy (book a table in advance) but the waiters were very attentive and managed to attend to our every request (we had plenty since we were dining with three children!). Speaking some Mandarin or Cantonese helps when talking to some of the restaurant staff. If you don't speak either language, you can wait for an English speaking waiter to come to your aid in less than a minute.
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