Chef gets creative with French-Asian cuisine at TATE Dining Room & Bar in Hong Kong
The cuisine is a unique fusion of influences which has won chef Vicky Lau awards
Chef and restaurateur Vicky Lau has garnered awards and recognition for her creative cuisine, a modern fusion of French and Asian influences. Tate has recently moved to Hollywood Road, with seating for 50 and open kitchen. Lau collaborated with Robert Ho and JJ Acuna on the décor.
The ingredients on the eight-course tasting menu is seasonal. Recent dishes have included tiger prawn with cauliflower puree and florets, kimchi cherry and shiso, and pan-fried foie gras with Clementine risotto. The cocktails are inventive featuring Chinese plum infused vodka, sake and ume shu and Shiro manga with shiso-inflused rum, lime and sake, with a mainly French wine list.
Kagoshimi beef tenderloin, Jerusalem artichoke espuma, tomato herb paste, miso butter sauce, beef jus
Hokkaido scallop ceviche, veal gel, black garlic daikon, mushroom espuma
Valet parking: no
Vegetarian: 8 courses
Corkage: HK$300 per 750ml bottle of wine
Private rooms: 1 room, 8-12 ppl
210 Hollywood Road Hong Kong
Daily: 7pm - 10pm (last order)
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