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Gaddi's
吉地士

Restaurant, $$$$, French, Tsim Sha Tsui
Gaddi's is an institution and it does not feel necessary to change with the times and we are thankful for this. Entering Gaddi's is a moment to cherish, if it is your first time you will be in awe of the elegant crystal clear chandelier, the silver candlesticks atop every table the sumptuous furnishing, the piano and the dance floor. Returning guests are treated like long lost friends and sat at tables beautifully set and placed far apart from each other allowing total privacy.
  • ReservationYes
  • Private Room1 room for 2-18 persons
  • Accept Credit CardYes
  • Dress CodeJacket and tie required
  • Vegetarian DishMore than 5
  • Bring Your Own BottleYes
  • BuffetNo
  • CorkageHK$700+10% for 750ml per bottle
  • Smoking AreaNo
  • Car ValetYes

Review

The legacy of Gaddi’s sets the tone for the evening. Entering the restaurant is a 65-year-step back in time with a décor of classic European opulence. Not long 
ago the style of Gaddi’s could be considered out-dated in terms
 of both décor and cuisine, but there was quite some charm this time around. Being showered 
with attention by the personable staff and the fussy formality made good old-fashioned dining exciting while the live band invigorated a remarkably empty dining room. The menu is classic/contemporary French—hints of Escoffier blend with nouveau French. Execution and composition were textbook fine dining, such as in Kristal
caviar with cauliflower, almonds and tonka beans—an elegant starter with subtle flavours. The pan-seared duck liver was of exquisite quality, but it was the same texture as the accompanying flavourless figs. The roasted pigeon glazed with lavender was
a redeeming grace. The richly reduced sauced was aromatic and powerful, highlighting the pigeon’s lavender crust without making it too floral. French cuisine is alive and well at Gaddi’s, making it still worth a visit to experience the grandeur of mid-century European dining in Hong Kong.

Tatler Tip

Although it’s not uncommon for fine dining establishments to turn away small children, Gaddi’s is welcoming, but with some minimal conditions which are listed on the website. Make sure to read their dress codes and conditions thoroughly.

Awards

  • Top 20 Best Restaurants
  • Best New Chef
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