We had been there for have a lunch it very nice place and the staff are friendly and have nice service .
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20 years ago, when I lived in HK, this was a great place, so sad that the standard has dropped so much, I arrived at 12.30 and the restaurant was only half full, not a good sign ona Sunday. The kailan was served cold, the hoi fun was dreafdul with the beef slices not tasting fresh. The dim sum was... More
Came here for dim sum with 3 other family members at 12:30 on a Friday fully expecting it to be packed and noisy but surprisingly found the restaurant pretty empty and even when it was full of diners later on, found it to be less noisy than other similar dim sum houses. The main reason is the high ceiling. Here... More
Asked about the portion of their porridge and if it's enough for 2 people . A small non committal hand gesture from the captain wasn't helpful so we ordered a bowl each. It turned out 1 bowl was enough for 2-3 people. The captain then said "I told you so" The eggplant and chicken were average Signed for the bill... More
I had dinner at Victoria City Restaurant during my last trip to Hong Kong in November. My frined from Hong Kong recommended the hairy crab to me. I had never had this before. It takes a bit of time to get done with it, but it was absolutely delicious. Service was great, fabulous restaurant!
Good service, plenty of food and dumplings. Really enjoyed it, I was invited so cannot comment on the prices, But lots of families around so should de reasonable.
Went to the branch in wan chai for dim sum brunch. Enjoyed the pan fried rolls and concoction of papaya figs pork soup thoroughly. Pork fans will be happy to know the char Siew (bbq pork) was soft and juicy. Service was good and total bill for two persons came up to about 400.
If you want to try quality meal of Shanghai crab at reasonable price, in a trustworthy shop and place (Hong Kong), you are suggested to have a try in Victoria City Restaurant. This branch in TST east is always not too crowded at night. The service is always good no matter who you are, there is no discrimination. If you... More
We have been to this restaurant a number of times over the past 15 years but went recently and found it has been refurbished. The decor is brighter and more modern but the food is still as good. The goose is the best I have ever tasted anywhere and is one of my all-time favourite dishes. The meat is so... More
Exquisite luncheon, breathtaking view, elegant setting and delicious food -- even when you eat with your eyes first. Not enough can be said of this restaurant atop Victoria Peak. Just go. You won't be disappointed.