With sculptures, paintings and Chinese calligraphy on display, Duddell’s is as much an art gallery as a restaurant. It has a programme of exhibitions ranging from antiques to contemporary work by local artists, and has become a part of the Hong Kong art scene since it was established in 2013.
That’s not to say the food is an afterthought. In fact, the restaurant has been awarded a Michelin star for its delicate approach to Cantonese cuisine.
The space consists of a modern salon serving wine and dim sum, and a refined dining area. Led by Executive Chef Jacky Wu, the culinary team sources and prepares ingredients from around the world to create traditional Cantonese dishes using modern plating techniques.
“Eating is not just limited to flavours,” Wu said. “Visual delight is equally important. Duddell’s impresses diners with great flavours coupled with the art of plating.”
Level 3 Shanghai Tang Mansion,
1 Duddell St, Central