A boutique, café, French fine dining restaurant, and terrace, Dalloyau Hong Kong is a 4-in-1 experience with a rich heritage dating back to 1682.
Recently opened in Harbour City, with Nicolas Boutin as executive chef and Matthieu Godard as head pastry chef, both of whom have extensive experience behind them, Hong Kongers are in for a treat.
Designed by award-winning international design firm Yabu Pushelberg, the space is divided into four different areas. La Boutique Dalloyau is dominated by white marble and gold display cabinets, highlighting a range of exquisite treats including patisseries and sweets, such as Opéra, Saint-Honoré and Religieuse.
At Le Café Dalloyau, expect a more relaxed atmosphere where diners can enjoy a light lunch, afternoon tea, and drinks, with a beautiful hand-painted mural of flowers and honeybees as the backdrop.
Épure, the French fine dining restaurant, features a fumed-oak rose-patterned ceiling and custom furnishings, with murals of forest scenes adorning the walls. There is also a private dining room embellished in gold - reminiscent of Dalloyau’s beginnings in the Court of Versailles. Executive chef Nicolas Boutin has carefully curated a menu of seasonal dishes, made from ingredients imported from France.
La Terrasse, an alfresco dining area, features geometric greenery, sculptural installations and foundations, and views of Victoria Harbour.
Shop 403, Level 4, Ocean Centre, Harbour City, TST, 3185 8330