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You can climb the steps up to Tian Tian Buddha (otherwise known as the ‘Big Buddha’), but a more likely (and tastier) way to feel like you’re hitting the Himalayas when on Lantau Island is to visit Deer Horn in Mui Wo. Nepalese food is the specialty here, and the traditional options are pretty special – no, there is no deer horn on the menu. However, it doesn’t have to be only Nepalese your hankering for, because Deer Horn call on culinary experience from their bigger southern and northern neighbours, with plenty of rich Indian curries, fresh Chinese dumplings and other Asian offerings. There is even a bunch of delicious western options, like Italian risotto or a classic spaghetti bolognese. The spread of options and Deer Horn’s fuss-free approach make it a solid option for large groups because everybody is bound to find something they like, and it’s ideally located for those ferrying between Hong Kong and Lantau, a few minutes away from the Mui Wo ferry pier.
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Me and my old friend dined at this restaurant on 26 nd October 2017 At 4 : 00 .pm . Many thing we actually enjoyed !
Me and my friend dined at this restaurant deer horn restaurant & bar - Asian (Mui Wo) on October, 2017, At 9:45. Many thing we actually enjoyed!
Me and my friend dined at this restaurant Deer Horn Restaurant - chinese (Mui Wo) on 20 October , 2017, At 09:00. Many thing we actually enjoyed !