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Where To Eat Peking Duck in Hong Kong

Peking Duck at The China Club

Anyone whose visited Hong Kong knows it’s a city for foodies. I’ve never left feeling like I didn’t have a great meal or five. Of all the dining options Hong Kong has to offer, I look forward to great Peking Duck more than anything else. Here’s my list of best restaurants in Hong Kong for Peking Duck.

The China Club

The China Club is beyond atmospheric and the perfect destination for a memorable night out.  It’s one of my favorite places to visit when I am in town. Located in the old Bank of China building, it has an unbelievable Colonial atmosphere that feels straight out of Wong Kar-wai movie, complete with live music. I’m pretty sure if James Bond were in town for one night, you’d find him at The China Club sipping a martini on the terrace. There is an amazing art collection and the menu features a delicious Peking Duck. The downside– it’s a members club.

Peking Duck at The China Club

You either need to know a member to secure a reservation or have a really good concierge. The concierge at The Upper House hooked me up this time. You can check out my previous posts about The China Club here and some video I shot on a previous visit here.

The China Club

13/F, The Old Bank of China Building

Bank Street, Central, Hong Kong

Island Tang

Owned by Shanghai Tang founder David Tang (who also runs The China Club and Island Tang) and located in a gleaming mall in Central, Island Tang has the best Peking Duck I’ve ever eaten in Hong Kong. The vibe is similar to that at the China Club, although it’s less grand and caters to a business lunch crowd. The Peking Duck is excellent and reservations are easier to score here than at the China Club.

The Peking Duck at Island Tang comes complete with white glove service

Island Tang

Shop 222, The Galleria,

9 Queen’s Road Central,

Hong Kong

T: 2526 8798

email info@islandtang.com

Kowloon Tang

Another member of David Tang’s restaurant empire, Kowloon Tang is located on the Kowloon side, and easy to walk to from the W Hong Kong and Ritz Carlton.  It looks a lot like Island Tang, although it boasts a lovely outdoor dining area for dining al fresco when the weather allows. Note: Traditional Beijing Roast Duck at Kowloon Tang requires 24 hours notice. They are not kidding about this. I’ve left Island Tang duckless & bummed. That is why there is no picture of Kowloon Tang in this post.

Kowloon Tang

Shop R002-003, 3/F Roof Deck,

Elements, Kowloon Station,

1 Austin Road West,

Tsim Sha Tsui

Telephone: +852 2811 9398


Lovely indoor/outdoor dining area.


Hutong is a glamorous, latern-filled Chinese restaurant located on the top of a high rise in Kowloon. With a Michelin star and a menu that focuses on Cantonese specialties, Peking Duck is not a regular item on the Hutong menu. But their Zhang Cha Yaa (Sichuan style smoked duck with tea leaves) is an acceptable alternative. You won’t leave this gorgeous space feeling like you’re missing anything. The Beggar’s Chicken and Dan Dan Noodles are also next level yum.


28/F, One Peking Road

Tsim ShaTsui, Kowloon,

Hong Kong, China (Tsim Sha Tsui)

+852 3428 8342


If you have any thoughts about where I should eat Peking Duck on my next trip to Hong Kong, please let me know in the comments section.