Duddell’s is an all-in-one venue where art meets Chinese cuisine

Duddell’s in Central combines a bar, salon, art gallery, a garden terrace and fine dining in a two-storey space

PUBLISHED : Monday, 13 March, 2017, 12:48pm
UPDATED : Monday, 13 March, 2017, 12:48pm

Duddell’s brings together a bar, salon, art gallery, garden terrace and fine-dining restaurant into a stylish, two-storey space.

The restaurant is known for its Ilse Crawford décor, guest-curated art exhibits and elegant table settings, and its

Chinese cuisine.

Chef Siu Hin-chi’s recommendations include braised fresh crab claw with imperial bird’s nest and caviar, abalone soup with shredded chicken and conpoy fried king prawn with water chestnut and crispy head and pan-fried Kagoshima A4 wagyu beef with scallions and shallots. Duddell’s is known for its traditional Chinese teas such as Yunnan pu-erh and Xihu pre-Qingming longjing.

Signature dishes

Fried fresh lobster with scallion and shallots

Crispy salted chicken

Caramel baked sago pudding

Overview

Valet parking: no

Vegetarian: 10 dishes

View: no

Corkage: HK$400

Alfresco: yes

Private rooms: 3 rooms, 25 ppl

Contact details

3/F, Shanghai Tang Mansion,

1 Duddell Street, Central

2525 9191

Daily: Noon - 3pm; Mon to Sat,

6pm - 11pm; Sun 6pm - 10 pm

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