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Savour the Taste of France at Louise<br/>品味法國

Heirloom Tomato Tart
Sweet and colourful heirloom tomatoes are sliced and arranged on a crispy parmesan tart base. Served with homemade basil sorbet and creamy Luigi Guffanti burrata cheese, this vegetarian tart is a mouthwatering appetizer.

Savour the Taste of France at Louise<br/>品味法國

Sauteed Hong Kong Frog Legs
Tender frog legs are accompanied by garlic and parsley puree, and garlic chips. The frog legs have been Frenched so that diners can pick them up with their fingers. This is a locally inspired bite not often found on Western menus.

Savour the Taste of France, Louise<br/>品味法國

Pan Seared French Veal Sweetbread
A traditional ingredient, sweetbread is the culinary name for the offal from the thymus gland or pancreas from calves, and is prized by food lovers worldwide. Following the classic recipe, the sweetbread is cleaned and boiled, then fried until caramelized. It is served alongside seasoned vegetables and deeply flavoured veal sauce.

Savour the Taste of France at Louise<br/>品味法國

Roasted Hong Kong Yellow Chicken
This roast chicken is served whole accompanied by a salad and with Niigata rice “en cocotte.” Fresh local chicken is roasted perfectly, with crispy skin and juicy meat. The Japanese rice, cooked in chicken stock and finished with spring onions, fresh truffle shavings and crispy chicken skin, gives rich flavour and aroma. This chicken dish has to be pre-ordered and is good for four to share.

Savour the Taste of France at Louise<br/>品味法國

Madagascar Vanilla Mille-Feuille
Mille-Feuille is among the most delicious French desserts. Thin layers of crispy puff pastry are sandwiched between thick vanilla-flavoured pastry cream and topped with homemade vanilla ice-cream. This beloved French sweet treat, served in a generous portion, is a satisfying finale to a rich and delicious meal.

Savour the Taste of France, Louise<br/>品味法國

Executive Chef at Louise, Franckelie Laloum, has extensive experience cooking French cuisine in Asia and across the world. As a friend of Royer for many years, he accepted an invitation to relocate from Tokyo to Hong Kong to take charge of culinary duties at Louise.
Before coming to Hong Kong, Chef Laloum guided Jade on 36 at Shanghai's Shangri-La hotel to its place on Asia's 50 Best Restaurants. He then worked at the renowned Ritz Carlton hotel's Azure 45 in Tokyo, where he earned the restaurant its first Michelin Star.
With skills honed by his experience leading hotel restaurants to culinary acclaim, Laloum is now making his mark on Hong Kong in the kitchen of Louise with his interpretations of classic French dishes.

Savour the Taste of France at Louise<br/>品味法國

Savour the Taste of France at Louise<br/>品味法國

Set in a two-storey heritage house within the gardens at PMQ, Louise features a bright and cozy interior designed by internationally acclaimed architect Andre Fu. 

Light coloured wood, mirrored walls, floral corridors and delicate cutlery evoke French colonial architecture and design.

Louise is the first venture outside Singapore for Julien Royer, whose Odette restaurant in the Lion City has been awarded two Michelin stars. Louise, which is named after Royer’s other grandmother, aims to introduce French delicacies that bridge the gap between fine dining and everyday eating.

Born in France, the country of love and romance, Royer presents his roots in cooking and love for family by reinventing the recipes he grew up with to deliver French cuisine to warm diners’ hearts.

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