Fancy Chinese: Howard’s Gourmet, the brainchild of Guangzhou food and whisky expert Howard Cai, opened its doors late last year to cater to diners who are willing to spend for a meal.
Look & Feel: Tall ceilings, white tablecloths and a vaguely colonial feel sum up the look of this high-end pan-Chinese establishment.
On the Menu: Find opulent, modernized Chinese dishes like crispy sea cucumber, sweet and sour noodles and avocado with stewed bird’s nest at Howard’s Gourmet. There are lunch tasting menus ($800 and up) and dinner tasting menus ($1,680 and up) available.
Great For: Elaborate lunches, structured dinners.
FYI: Sir David Tang gets the credit for coming up with the concept of Howard’s Gourmet Hong Kong.
This writeup is a news piece and was not based on a restaurant visit. The Loop will update this post once we’ve visited in person.