French-Asian fusion cuisine is dressed to impress at TATE Dining Room & Bar

Creative menu is a tribute to dishes that have been perfected over time

PUBLISHED : Friday, 16 March, 2018, 2:02pm
UPDATED : Wednesday, 21 March, 2018, 5:51pm

Chef Vicky Lau has garnered awards for her creative cuisine, a modern fusion of French and Asian influences. Her restaurant TATE moved to its new spot on Hollywood Road last year, and seats 50, but with no open kitchen. Lau collaborated with Robert Ho and JJ Acuna on the décor. 

Lau’s menus are a tribute to dishes that have been perfected over time, such as cured shima aji with scallop, pickled citrus and dashi soda, and cauliflower custard with shrimp roe sauce and crispy sakura ebi, named Ode to Texture and Ode to Softness, respectively. Ode to Hong Kong is abalone with tuna jus and seaweed risotto. There is a vegetarian menu too, both with wine pairing. 

Contact Details

210 Hollywood Road, 

Sheung Wan 

2555 2171

Mon-Sat: 7-11pm

Signature Dishes 

Signature 8-course

‘Ode to’ menu

Eight-course vegetarian

‘Ode to’ menu


Vegetarian menu


1 room, 

12 ppl

See more of 2018’s 100 Top Tables here