A Modern Interpretation of French Classics Gaddi's

Cuisine Type French Location 1/F (take the dedicated elevator from The Peninsula Arcade entrance adjacent to Nathan Road) Hours
Lunch 12:00 noon - 2:30 pm
Dinner 7:00 pm - 10:30 pm


+852 2696 6763

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Dress Code
We respectfully request that guests refrain from wearing jeans, denim apparel, flip-flops, beach sandals, plastic footwear or sportswear. Additionally, only full-length trousers are allowed, with no sleeveless shirts for gentlemen.

Lunchtime:  Business Casual –
no sportswear/trainers/sports shoes

Evening:  Jackets for Gentlemen –
no jeans/short trousers/short-sleeved shirts/sportswear

Hong Kong and the rest of the world has been wining and dining at Gaddi's for over 60 years; the first restaurant in the East to serve up exquisite European cuisine, with a dining room replete with opulent embellishments that constitute a restaurant of indisputable excellence.


Children under 12 years are not permitted except during lunch time on Sundays and Public Holidays where only children under 3 years old are not permitted in Gaddi's or at Gaddi's Chef's Table.

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Creamy lobster soup with sliced poached lobster


Vendéen pigeon breast roasted with Muscovado sugar, its stuffed leg and glazed root vegetables


Selection of French cheeses


Chocolate pavlova with espresso cream, caramel ice cream


Prices are subject to 10% service charge and are in Hong Kong dollars. Menu items and prices are subject to change.

Piece of wild turbot from the Brittany coast with celery and black truffle


Wagyu beef sirloin baked in an herbed-horseradish salt pastry with confit potatoes and wild mushrooms

For two persons

Candied chestnut soufflé with cassis coulis and vanilla ice cream


Meet The Chef Rémi van Peteghem

With his French heritage, a wealth of experience at prestigious gastronomic restaurants in France and his culinary dexterity, Chef van Peteghem's cuisine legere pays homage to Gaddi's traditions with a light contemporary twist.
The highest form of flattery is when a guest has a culinary revelation after sampling my take on a dish and becomes a fan of an ingredient they may never have previously enjoyed.
Read the Interview


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