Home-style Chinese cuisine is the order of the day at Chau’s Kitchen, a private kitchen on the eighth floor of Hong Kong’s Hai Xin Building on Hart Avenue. Chef Chau is serious about quality, and brings over 30 years of experience to his Tsim Sha Tsui operation. Simple yet elegant, the ambience at Chau’s Kitchen is intimate and comfortable, feeling more like a private home than a dining establishment in the heart of the city.
Close to Tsim Sha Tsui station and walking distance from Signal Hill garden and Victoria Harbour, Chau’s Kitchen can be found on Hart Avenue, up on the eighth floor of the Hai Xin Building. Chef Chau is a master of Chinese cooking, and as winner of the gold medal in the Individual Hot Dish category for The World Golden Chef Competition, he’s a go-getter. Lucky for locals, he’s cooking up his favourite dishes at Chau’s Kitchen, one of Hong Kong’s best little private dining locations.
The cuisine at Chau’s Kitchen in Hong Kong’s Tsim Sha Tsui is of the very highest standard, and Chef Chau utilises advanced cooking techniques for an excellent overall dining experience. The crispy and delicious sweet and sour pork is one of the restaurant’s most popular items, as well as the steamed lobster ball. We recommend trying the soup of the day, which always includes the freshest seafood available – you never know what you’ll get, but it’s going to be good. Perhaps one of the biggest draws to the restaurant is the abalone with salt and pepper, which never ceases to amaze guests. Reserve well in advance for an intimate private dining experience at Chau’s Kitchen in the Hai Xin Building.