Country : Hong Kong
Restaurant : TATE DINING ROOM AND BAR
Address : 210 Hollywood Road, Sheung Wan, Hong Kong
Website : http://www.tate.com.hk/
A true maverick, Vicky Lau graduated with a degree in Graphic Communications from New York University, but what started out as a recreational excursion would later set her on a path to pursue her desire of creating meals with the theme of “Edible Stories”. She discovered food to be a strong platform for both artistic expression and creative intuition.
She followed her Grand Diplôme with an apprenticeship at Cépage, where she gained a strong reputation as one of Hong Kong’s rising chefs.
Emboldened by her passion and encouraged by her peers, she opened the Tate Dining Room and Bar, where she boldly explores culinary expressionism, blending her appreciation for the culinary arts, her design sensibilities, and an infusion of her personality and inspirations.
Tate Dining Room and Bar was established on the 17th of July 2012, in a humble area in the heart of Soho, Elgin Street. In 2016 they began work on a new home on Hollywood Road. Tate is an adventurers dream, a beacon that boasts a massive 3,800-square- foot space that comprises of a dining room that can accommodate 30 guests, a private room that seats up to 12 guests, as well as a private chef’s kitchen and bar area for cocktails.
The restaurant serves an eclectic mix of French and Asian Cuisine. An exploration into culinary expressionism, “Edible Stories” takes diners on an adventure of their own, unravelling the story as they experience the visual and gustatory simulation.
Located in the heart of Sheung Wan, on Hollywood Road, Tate’s comfortable and intimate atmosphere appeals as much to the sophisticated as it does to the adventurous, offering dinner service with seasonal tasting menus and a carefully curated wine list.
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