Gaddi’s in Hong Kong: fine dining surrounded in opulence
A private lift in The Peninsula lobby takes diners into Gaddi’s, the city’s first fine-dining restaurant. Gaddi’s continues with its tradition of excellent food in opulent surroundings – blue and gold carpeting, chandeliers, signature tableware and a live band playing easy listening music. The menu offers contemporary French cuisine using the finest ingredients.
Chef Xavier Boyer joined Gaddi’s last year from L’atelier de Joël Robuchon in London, offering a modern take on classic French dishes such as French Imperial caviar with Brittany crab on espuma with asparagus carpaccio. The chef’s table is a must where guests dine in the kitchen with a tailored menu.
Brittany crab on lobster jelly dressed with cauliflower cream and topped with Kristal caviar
Slow-cooked Challans duck breast with braised endive and Gruyère sauce
Valet parking: yes
Vegetarian: 8 dishes
Private rooms: 1 room, 18 ppl
1/F The Peninsula Hong Kong, Salisbury Road, Tsim Sha Tsui
Lunch: Noon - 2.30pm;
Dinner: 6.30 - 10.30pm
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