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Lunch: Business Casual
Dinner: Elegant attire suggested
Hong Kong and the rest of the world has been wining and dining at Gaddi's for over 65 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.
Gaddi’s welcomes children aged 6 years old and above for lunch and dinner every day. In addition, toddlers aged 3 years old and above are welcome for lunch, on weekends and public holidays.Book a Table
Meet The Chef Xavier Boyer
Following an illustrious Michelin-starred career that has seen him through some of the world’s most renowned gastronomic capitals, culinary maestro Xavier Boyer has landed at The Peninsula Hong Kong as Chef at Gaddi’s. Boyer brings his self-described “modern-classic” culinary style to the venerated French fine dining destination, with a less-is-more approach to cooking that allows the curated flavours of each dish to shine.
Serving up a culinary style he describes as “modern classic”, Chef Boyer is a proponent of the less-is-more school of cooking, preferring to allow the carefully selected flavours in each dish to shine through.Read the Interview
An Ode to AsparagusREAD MORE
Gourmands around the world will attest to the glory of the short-lived but much-anticipated white asparagus season. This year, French fine dining institution Gaddi’s will feature a tasting menu from 1 April to 31 May devoted entirely to both white and green asparagus, offering guests an insightful taste of the ingredient’s versatility.
Valid Date: 1 April to 31 May 2018
Fine Dining Meets Fine ArtREAD MORE
Gaddi's is home to some of the hotels most prized collectables, including Christofle candelabras brought to The Peninsula from Shanghai in the 1920’s and a number of fine art pieces, including “Portrait of the Artist” by George Chinnery (1774 - 1852). The priceless 17th Century Coromandel screen is an invaluable fixture in the dining room. Depicting Emperor K’ang Hsi and his consort in the Summer Palace, it remains on loan to the restaurant by the late Lord Kadoorie and is one of a pair made in 1690 by Fong Long Kon for the Imperial Palace in Beijing. The second screen is part of a collection of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York.
Old World CharmIn 1978, Gaddi’s was relocated to the first floor, taking over the former ballroom space. Since then, the restaurant has retained the elegance, style and charm that has seen it welcome the great and the good, from Presidents to Hollywood Royalty. Through all its incarnations, Gaddi’s has always had a live band and a dance floor. After all, there’s nothing more romantic than a spot of post dinner dancing. Here, Michael Todd has danced with Elizabeth Taylor, as has Clarke Gable with Ava Gardner.READ MORE