This traditional, Parisian-style brasserie French restaurant has already had an established following in Hong Kong.
You can enjoy signature dishes like, Bouillabaisse, Steak Tartar, French Mussel, Crepe Suzette or the Souffle!
The ambiance of La Brasserie is distinctively French with its warm carved wood panelling, stained glass lamps and mirrors, as well as black-and-white tiled floors.
Quirky fixtures such as a medieval-looking silver duck press perched near the tables add character to an otherwise old-world space.
Gateway Hotel’s La Brasserie proudly presents its signature menu A Taste of the Beginning, La Brasserie 1983. Authentic delicacies from this original menu will evoke the opening epoch of La Brasserie along with an exquisite taste of France.
Our Culinary time tunnel first brings you to the refreshing yet traditional entrée: Avocados and crab meat cocktail with sherry vinegar, to waken your taste buds.
Continue to kindle your appetite with one of the best tableside prepared dishes in Hong Kong: Lobster bisque with Cognac.
For highlight of the night, Tom Samranjit, Executive Chef, has placed detailed attention to the three truly Parisian signature main dishes: Whole fresh dover sole meuniere with brown butter, capers, parsley and lemon, Roasted rack of lamb with green pepper corn sauce, and Grilled fillet steak with morel cream sauce, all prepared from the nostalgic recipes of traditional French family style cuisine.
Last but not least, indulge yourself with Hot grand marnier soufflé to complete the truly memorable culinary experience at La Brasserie!
“La Brasserie commits to deliver authentic French essence to the city since its opening in 1983,” said Angus Cheng, Food and Beverage Manager of Gateway Hotel, “every element from taste, aroma, texture to touch, is fully condensed and sealed in the atmosphere, and make every visit a memorable experience.”
From now until 27 February 2011, customers will also have opportunities to enjoy 1983 pricing for their bills!
Lower Lobby, Gateway Hotel, Harbour City, Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon, Hong Kong