ho lee fook is a funky chinese kitchen inspired by old-school hong kong dai pai dongs and cha chaan tengs and the spirit of late-night chinatown hangouts in 1960s new york. roughly translating as ‘good fortune for your mouth', ho lee fook takes an inventive approach to chinese flavours with modern interpretations of classic dishes. a duo of fierce wok burners unmistakable charred flavours and flawless execution of cantonese roasted meats is one tradition chef yowett yu refuses to mess with.
the underground dining room showcases a provocative collection from local artist jonathan jay lee while unapologetically loud hip-hop and rock ‘n’ roll and dim lighting make for a raucous and hedonistic atmosphere. ho lee fook is best enjoyed with an open mind and a strong appetite.