Gaddi’s at The Peninsula Hong Kong: The chef’s table is a must at the city’s first fine dining restaurant
- Chef de cuisine Albin Gobil leads this one-Michelin-starred restaurant, which offers à la carte or a degustation menu for dinner
A private lift in the lobby of The Peninsula takes diners into Gaddi’s, the city’s first fine dining restaurant. The one-Michelin-starred restaurant continues with its tradition of excellent food in opulent surroundings: blue and gold carpeting, chandeliers, signature tableware and a live band.
Under chef de cuisine Albin Gobil, the one-Michelin-starred restaurant offers à la carte or a degustation menu for dinner with dishes like Corsican sea bass tartar with Greek yoghurt, celeriac and Granny Smith apple, and Kagoshima beef tenderloin with Jerusalem artichoke, braised snails and herb ravioli. The chef’s table is a must – guests dine in the kitchen with a specially tailored menu.
1/F The Peninsula Hong Kong, Salisbury Road, Tsim Sha Tsui
Beef and oyster tartare, Kristal caviar, shiso
Brittany blue lobster, cauliflower, hazelnuts, sauce Armoricaine
Miéral Bresse pigeon, Jerusalem artichoke, girolle mushrooms, cacao nibs