This place has been here for so long.. I have friends that their great grand parents used to come here. The food taste good
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I would just like to say a huge thank you to PK who made our evening outstanding and did everything, plus more to ensure we were comfortable and happy in hour in the restaurant. The souflee was excellent! It really did exceed expectations. Thanks again!
The last time I was here was 7 years ago and the quality of the food has not changed - if anything, has gotten better! The authentic old-style hong kong vibes are still present from opening the door to the restaurant, as is the famous...More
This TPK resto in Pak Sha Road, CWB branch has been a very popular dining spot for locals since it opened at least 6 decades back when the very first branch was in Mau Lam Street on Kowloon side. This legendary resto often seeing long...More
Customer service at restaurant is good. A bit pricey but the food is great! The plain bun they served is warm and it's simply yummy. We ordered 2 set meals with extra soup and their famous big souffle. We have 3 person and our dinner...More
A family-owned restaurant that began more than 150 years ago in Guangzhou, Tai Ping Koon clearly keeps its traditions and standards. This is can be seen in the decor, the male only staff in their black and white uniforms and the easy-going-style of service. The...More
Went here by a colleague's recommendation. I was surprised that this restaurant was running for over a hundred years! Tried the roast pigeon (delicious), chicken wings (my colleagues love it but for me it was average), and giant souffle as dessert (yum! not too sweet,...More
Otherwise, in my opinion, there are better places out there. We actually rated their braised chicken wings higher than the soufflé.. Service staff could have been better too (and this is already factoring and in anticipation of the service staff standards in Hong Kong).
In Hong Kong there are a lot of choices to eat so I would give this place a miss. It is quite pricey for the quality of the food. Go elsewhere and you'll be happier.
We went out to have dinner with a friend (2 families) and they can join middle booths into long table by removing the divider. Their specialty is the chicken wings in Swiss sauce (there's a bit of history about it in the menu) and the...More