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Ho Lee Fook
Cuisine: Asian, Chinese
Inspired by old school Hong Kong restaurants and the spirit of late-night Chinatown hangouts in 1960s New York, Ho Lee Fook is a funky Chinese kitchen where guests can enjoy a fresh approach to... Read More
Inspired by old school Hong Kong restaurants and the spirit of late-night Chinatown hangouts in 1960s New York, Ho Lee Fook is a funky Chinese kitchen where guests can enjoy a fresh approach to traditional flavors in a setting that is simultaneously nostalgic and forward thinking. Chef Jowett Yu's inventive cooking style reinvents classic Chinese dishes with premium ingredients, modern techniques and a touch of humor. Plates such as the Hokkaido scallops, snow peas, pickled enoki and salmon roe and Yunnan-style steak tartar with hot and sour sauce introduce raw elements to Chinese gastronomy, whilst the Szechuan style Strange Flavour Chicken demonstrates the influence of regional cuisines on the menu. The façade of Ho Lee Fook offers a full view of the restaurant's open kitchen, with an army of chefs slicing, dicing and working their magic on the wok. A rock n' roll playlist featuring the likes of The Rolling Stones, ZZ Top and The Black Keys sets the tone as guests are escorted to the downstairs dining room.
1-5 Elgin Street
- Daily 6pm-Midnight
- Best Restaurants: "Kick your meal off with a Ho Lee Fook cocktail like Chung King Cooler containing vodka and Oolong tea."
- Recommended as Best Restaurants Because: Ho Lee Fook ("good fortune for your mouth") is an inspiring modern take on Chinese food.