Fine French dining in a classic Hong Kong setting
Gaddi’s is The Peninsula Hong Kong’s most formal, fine-dining restaurant, as befits the first ever French cuisine restaurant to open in the Chinese city. While lunches are more relaxed, the tangible sense of occasion is enhanced at dinnertime by huge chandeliers, classic furnishings, iconic pieces of art and elegant British Sheffield silver.

With a nostalgic nod to the past, the Forbes Travel Guide Five-Star restaurant keeps alive the charming, old-school tradition of the dinner-dance, with The Gaddi’s Band of pianist, double bass player and jazz singer providing a live soundtrack.

The warmly lit, elegant Gaddi’s has a classic feel, with tables covered by pristine white tablecloths and simple table decorations surrounded by antique-style chairs. An overriding palate of blue and gold as well as stunning flower decorations provide an exquisite dash of color throughout the restaurant.

Beyond the elegant atmosphere and innovative French cuisine from chef Xavier Boyer’s team, the Hong Kong treasure is also renowned for its quality wine list.
Things to Know
  • Guests wishing to dine at Gaddi’s are recommended to dress in a business-casual style for lunches. For dinner the dress code is a more formal, elegant look suitable for the city’s preeminent dinner-dance venue. Gentlemen should avoid sleeveless shirts and opt for jackets and full-length trousers.
  • A few Chagall prints signed by the artist and a Matisse line the walls.
  • To reserve a table at Gaddi’s, call 852-2696-6763, email or book through the website at The restaurant’s reputation in Hong Kong is such that it’s recommended that you book in advance for lunch and dinner.
Getting There
1/F The Peninsula Hong Kong, Salisbury Road, Kowloon, Hong Kong, SAR
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