I was visiting the Yaumatei neighbouring and had an hour to spare before my medical appointment near lunch hours. I walked into Tai Ping Koon on a hot summer day without making any reservation. I was not optimistic to find a table based on previous experience that it is a very busy place for dining. Fortunately, the restaurant was only 3/4 full, probably because it was school holiday. I ordered from the standard lunch set menu. They offered excellent a la carte and also lunch set inclusive of bread, soup, jelly and drinks. It is good value for money. The service was good but nothing fancy. The decor was interesting as they are a lot of black and white photos of Hong Kong scenaries during the post War period. It was an enjoyable experience as some of their dishes served as collective memory in my family such as roast pigeon and Chicken wings in sweet soya sauce. The shredded beef with fried noodles and baked rice dishes such as baked pork chop with fried rice and baked chicken with rice in Portuguese style are highly recommended.
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