11:30 am - 2:30 pm (Monday to Saturday)
11:00 am - 2:30 pm (Sundays and Public Holidays)
6:00 pm - 10:00 pm
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Meet The Chef Gordon Leung
Chef Gordon Leung brings over three decades of experience to his position as Chinese Cuisine Executive Chef at The Peninsula Hong Kong. A veteran of Cantonese cuisine, Chef Leung is devoted to preserving the inherent flavours in fresh, seasonal ingredients for his distinguished, authentic creations. Under his esteemed guidance, the Grande Dame’s renowned Cantonese fine dining destination Spring Moon earned a Michelin star in 2017.
Dedicated To TeaREAD MORE
With a dedicated tea counter featuring over 25 selected Chinese teas, Spring Moon's selection adds to its traditional Cantonese culinary experience with expert tea pairing by the restaurants highly trained tea masters. The tea counter also features The Peninsula's collection of over 200 miniature Chinese clay teapots, including designs based on Chinese legends and inspired by elements of nature.
A Classic DesignREAD MORE
As part of The Peninsula’s 70th anniversary celebrations in 1998, Spring Moon was transformed into a replica of how the restaurant might have looked in 1928, the year The Peninsula opened. Designed by acclaimed local designer Kenneth Ko, Spring Moon is reminiscent of 1920s Shanghainese dining room, with an antique-style teak floor lined with Oriental rugs and accented with Frank Lloyd-Wright Art Deco-influenced stained glass throughout in tones of dark orange and yellow.
A Spicy SecretREAD MORE
Spring Moon began producing its signature X.O. sauce in 1986, when the restaurant first opened its doors. Comprising of chillies, dried scallops, dried shrimps and spices, Spring Moon’s popular and highly sought after X.O. sauce is set apart by its unique preparation methods and the proportion of ingredients used, and is freshly made by hand using a closely guarded secret recipe.
The Finer DetailsREAD MORE
The large collection of porcelain on display throughout the restaurant consists of reproductions of Chinese items (Ming and Qing Dynasties) and 18th Century French Royal Family and Portuguese armorial pieces, together with Chinese export porcelain from the 18th, 19th and 20th Centuries.