Lee Ho Fook, Melbourne CBD

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MELBOURNE | Lee Ho Fook Melbourne is the new incarnation of one of our favourite Smith Street restaurants, Lee Ho Fook. It’s been over 2 years since Victor Liong opened up his refined Chinese eatery so, with a relocation to bigger, snazzier CBD digs what’s changed? Well the space is definitely fancier – the Smith Street original had a quite bare bones, casual feel to it and the CBD venue, while still promoting informal dining, is definitely fancier and more upscale. The open kitchen is gone – diners get a glimpse of the kitchen staff at work when they enter but then it’s upstairs for the dining experience. An old school dumbwaiter ensures that food get up to the dining room with minimal fuss.

Food wise the menu will look familiar to anyone who enjoyed dining at the original, with some new dishes too – we were very happy to see the the crispy eggplant with spiced red vinegar along with the tea egg with avruga and dill on the menu as these are 2 of our favourites from the old restaurant. We were also happy to see that the quality of the food was every bit as good as the original. Along with the aforementioned 2 dishes, we also highly recommend the pork belly with pickled fennel, chilli oil and hot mustard.

For those looking for a drink, the wine list is much expanded, with over 100 wines on offer and a full time sommelier to assist diners in choosing the right tipple for their meal. Lee Ho Fook even has a coravin, which means that top shelf wines usually not offered by the glass can be. Cocktails impress too, with a small selection of Chinese inspired cocktails.

What it all boils down to is that Lee Ho Fook still does what it’s always done best. Chinese food that respects traditional flavours and techniques, but isn’t scared to take risks, throw away the rulebook and create dishes that are innovative and new – the very definition of modern Chinese food.

Lee Ho Fook

11-15 Duckboard Place
Melbourne
Victoria 3000
Australia

Telephone: (03) 9077 6261
E-mail: [email protected]
Website: http://leehofook.com.au/

Open
Tue – Fri: 12:00pm to 3:00pm; 6:00pm to 11:00pm
Sat: 6:00pm to 11:00pm

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