Home > French, HK: Stanley, Hong Kong, Western > Chez Patrick Deli, Stanley, Hong Kong

Chez Patrick Deli, Stanley, Hong Kong

Chez Patrick Deli first opened in 2006 in Central. They opened their first Chez Patrick Deli in Star Street Wanchai to offer diners a more casual place and offer them the choice to take home a slice of ‘Chez Patrick experience’. Now there are 3 Chez Patrick Deli in Hong Kong, including Stanley. The weather in Hong Kong has been pretty good, I love the winter in Hong Kong, beautiful blue sky and the sun is shining. We have been to Stanley a couple of times now, mainly in the winter and ‘The Mother’ suggested we eat at Chez Patrick as he wanted something Western.


We were surprised that we managed to get a table straight away. We started with some fresh baguette, cut into small pieces, the bread was fresh and pretty decent. It’s been a while since either of us had fresh bread!


‘The Mother’ couldn’t go past the “Charcuterie” plate – a selection of cold cuts (HKD120) – prosciutto, salami, pepperoni and different types of terrine. He truly enjoyed it – I think he misses his cold cut meats from Australia, especially good pepperoni and salami!


I couldn’t go past the salmon in sorrel cream sauce (HKD140) – I was a little disappointed that it was such a small serving! The salmon was a little cooked for my liking, as I do like it medium rare. The sorrel cream sauce was a wonderful complement.


Overall I thought the service was ok, I have heard that the service has been bad, but we had no issues. Food was good, and we managed to buy a couple of things from the deli to take home – some cold cuts for ‘The Mother’, cheese for me and of course some bread!


It was a good day out and about, I really do like Stanley. I think Dragon would enjoy it more when she is older and can walk / run. We strolled through the markets, bought a couple of things. A very satisfying and fulfilling day.

GA’s ratings: 6.5 / 10

Chez Patrick Deli

Shop 5-6, G/F, Stanley Plaza, Cape Road

Stanley, Hong Kong

Ph: +852 683 5115

  1. February 16, 2013 at 1:33 am

    Looks like a good charcuterie plate!

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