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One of Hong Kong’s most celebrated Chinese restaurants, the Michelin-starred Spring Moon has drawn fans of classic, refined Cantonese cuisine for decades since 1986. The timelessly elegant dining room, graced by Art Deco stained-glass windows, sets the stage for Chef Lam Yuk Ming’s magnificent array of authentic preparations.

 

Menu offerings range from elaborate dishes, including Braised Bird’s Nest Soups, Roasted Peking Duck, and Wok-fried Kagoshima beef, to abundant dim sum varieties. All can be paired with artisanal teas recommended by Spring Moon’s Tea Masters and signature spicy condiments – including the world-famous XO Chilli Sauce, which originated here.

 

Awards and Accolades:
One Michelin star, <<Michelin Guide Hong Kong Macau 2023>>
Black Pearl Restaurant Guide 2024

 

Dress Code:
Smart casual for all guests. Please refrain from wearing sports attire (including vests, exercise pants and sports leggings) or beachwear (including flip-flops, beach sandals and plastic footwear). Closed-toed shoes, long trousers and sleeved shirts are required for gentlemen.

 

To maintain our commitment to delivering exceptional dining experiences, Spring Moon will be temporarily closed from 22 June 2024 until 30 June 2024 for renovation. Throughout the closure period, we encourage you to explore the other dining options available within the hotel. We sincerely value your continued support and patronage.

Cuisine Type

Cantonese

Location

1/F

Hours

Lunch:

11:30 am - 2:30 pm (Monday to Saturday)
11:00 am - 2:30 pm (Sundays and Public Holidays) 

Dinner:

6:00 pm - 10:00 pm

Dress Code
Smart Casual for all guests – Please refrain from wearing sports attire or beachwear. Closed-toed shoes, long trousers and sleeved shirts are required for gentlemen.

Smart Casual

Enquiries
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Meet The Chef Lam Yuk Ming

As Chinese Cuisine Executive Chef of The Peninsula Hong Kong, Chef Lam draws inspiration from his deep knowledge of Chinese and other Asian culinary traditions. He has honed his skills for more than two decades in acclaimed restaurants throughout Hong Kong, Macau, and Beijing.

Chef Lam Yuk Ming brings with him more than 20 years of experience in a variety of famed Chinese restaurants in Hong Kong, Macau and Beijing.