Now, as Chan prepares to embark on her next chapter, diners will be able to get a preview of what she has cooking for Ho Lee Fook's relaunch—from October 25 to 27, Chan and the kitchen team will be whipping up a five-course dinner at sister restaurant Le Garçon Saigon that will highlight the restaurant's return to its Cantonese roots.
Priced at HK$888 per person, the menu is designed to be shared among parties of four or more, and will include a number of nostalgia-inducing classics. Beginning with the ever-popular “prawn toast x okonomiyaki” in a nod to Jowett Yu's seven-year tenure, the dinner will incorporate dishes like supreme broth with crab and winter melon, wood-grilled oysters with fermented garlic and soy, the signature sand ginger three-yellow chicken, and stir-fried lobster yi-mein. A Cantonese sweet soup with osmanthus, red date and goji berry with soy milk brings up the rear with a delicate finish.
Read more about ArChan Chan's favourite Hong Kong food spots, and book your table at the Ho Lee Fook pop-up at Le Garçon Saigon here.
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