Vicky Lau has carved a reputation for serving beautifully presented edible stories at the well-established Tate Dining Room & Bar. The professionally trained graphic-designer-turned-chef has clearly meshed her two talents together as Tate has consistently brought diners on a journey of discovery through food.
Established in 2012 in Soho, Elgin Street, Tate now calls Hollywood Road its home. The new facility now incorporates a dining room with space for 30, as well as a private chef’s kitchen and a private bar. The outlet prides itself on its French and Asian Cuisine, all of which are presented intricately on a plate.
Dining at Tate is best described as a full-on sensory experience, with dishes that deliver both visual and gustatory simulation. Intimate and personal, Tate opens only for dinner with seasonal tasting menus on offer along with a carefully selected wine list.
210 Hollywood Road, Sheung Wan, Hong Kong, +852 2555 2172, tate.com.hk