A fixture to Elgin Street since 2014, creative Chinese restaurant, Ho Lee Fook shuttered its doors over the summer following chef Jowett Yu’s departure in July. Five months later today, Ho Lee Fook 2.0 will be finally unveiled with top-to-bottom new interiors, and the kitchen helmed by new head chef, ArChan Chan.
Known for serving “funky”, creative Asian dishes, the restaurant has gone through a complete renovation imagined by interior designer Sean Dix. The iconic wall of Chinese lucky cats remains, however, much of the previous dark interiors have been replaced by swanky, elegant tones of scarlet velvet and dramatic Chinese prints that’ll transport you to a Shaw Brothers film set instead.
Guests will also find flashy gold tones, reflective mirrors, elegant mahogany wood tables and walls with vintage wallpaper and artwork from celebrated Chinese artists such as Cang Xin—a luxurious upgrade that rightfully reflects the restaurant’s change of chef and menu.