Lee Ho Fook
Cuisine: Chinese, Asian
11-15 Duckboard Pl, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
Ph: 03 9077 6261
Taking its name from the Warren Zevon song “Werewolves of London”, Lee Ho Fook is now in the CBD. With head chef Victor Liong’s motive of putting a new twist on the good ol’ Chinese, or as he likes to say it “funky new style Chinese”.
The restaurant has a classic vibe. With a dimly-lit room with walls transitioning from white to black as they reach the ground. They even have coat racks.
The wine list is extensive. The list has over 120 names and even vintage wines can be poured by the glass. There are also beers, teas and cocktails.
Even if the setting has changed drastically from the original Collingwood location, the food remains the same old awesome. The crispy eggplant, the Sichuan chicken, and steamed barramundi are absolutely wonderful.
With its new laneway, Lee Ho Fook is loud, vibrant and ready to host you as often as you’d like. Don’t miss to read the highlights of the restaurant below–
|Price||A$130 for two (approx.)