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Top Deck

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Top Deck Review

For a long time the Jumbo Floating Restaurant and Dragon Court were the only places to eat at Aberdeen's famed Jumbo Kingdom, but now there's Top Deck, a classier, less kitschy—though equally pricey—alfresco option on the roof deck of the big boat, beneath a three-story pagoda. It has a vastly better views (and breezes) than the indoor restaurants beneath so if the weather permits, you should sit outdoors. The menu is somewhat haphazard (Thai, Japanese, Indian, Italian, steak) but generally good. The raw bar is the best option if you like seafood. The weekend brunch is also a great way to relax on a lazy Sunday afternoon.

    Contact Information

  • Address: Shum Wan Pier Drive, Wong Chuk Hang, Aberdeen Southside, Hong Kong
  • Phone: 2552–3331
  • Website:
  • Location: Southside

    Restaurant Details

  • Credit cards accepted.
  • Closed Mon.
Updated: 06-14-2013

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    Great for a Weekend Long Lunch

    Best enjoyed with a gang of friends over a long lunch on the weekend because there's loads of room for kids to let off steam without annoying anyone. The ambience is kind of Sydney-style....al fresco and very laid back.

    by Goldstone, 1/10/09
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    Tourist trap

    Only good point is the outdoor seatings. Else nothing is god, especially the Sunday Brunch. Charge out the nose w really low quality food.

    by tommyzau, 2/25/08

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