Head Chef and part-owner Victor Liong executes outstanding modern Chinese food with a twist. Located down a graffiti-ridden alley off Flinders Lane, the two-storey restaurant has a contemporary decor with elements of traditional Chinese design. Downstairs is a large bar and a private dining room. Upstairs is an attic-like open dining room with high ceilings, exposed bricks and wooden tables set with a plate, sharing bowl and red chopsticks.
The menu is inventive and exciting. White cut chicken is accompanied by marinated Chinese mushrooms, lap cheong and pine nuts. An unusual dish, it is well worth ordering for its wonderful textures and unique flavours. A highlight of the menu that diners return for again and again are the strips of crispy eggplant. Coated in golden batter and served with spiced red vinegar, this delectable dish is more-ish!
PSST! Lee Ho Fook is an excellent place for functions, with an intimate but professional private space that seats up to 20 people.