Gaddi’s continues tradition of excellent food in opulent surroundings
Gaddi’s contemporary French cuisine uses the finest ingredients
A private lift in The Peninsula lobby takes diners into Gaddi’s, the city’s first fine dining restaurant. Gaddi’s continues its excellent food in opulent surroundings – blue and gold carpeting, marvellous chandeliers, signature tableware and a band playing easy listening music. The menu offers contemporary French cuisine using the finest ingredients.
Previously at L’Atelier de Joel Robuchon in London, chef Xavier Boyer offers his take on classic French dishes such as lightly smoked and roasted French pigeon on a bed of rainbow chard and celery glazed with kaffir lime and hot chocolate soufflé with crunchy chocolate pearls and cocoa sorbet.
1/F, The Peninsula Hong Kong, Salisbury Road, Tsim Sha Tsui
Duck liver terrine with stuffed brioche toast and black truffle
Warm sliced scallop on a bed of
baby artichoke and black truffle
Cassis and chestnut Mont Blanc, Madagascar vanilla ice cream
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