Gaddi's is a French haute cuisine restaurant situated in The Peninsula Hong Kong hotel. It was opened in 1953 and named after a former general manager of The Peninsula, Leo Gaddi. The current executive chef is Britain's David Goodridge. The former executive chef was Philip Sedgwick, the first British head chef of Gaddi's.
Gaddi's uses expensive tableware, which includes polished antique silverware and Bernardaud fine chinaware. It also created the first Chef's Table in Hong Kong where the Chef Table diners sit at a special table beside the Gaddi's kitchen viewing the dishes being prepared.
The food is classic French haute cuisine and utilizes the highest-quality products imported from various countries. Examples of past dishes include:
There is a ten course tasting menu which lets the diners taste a sample of many of Gaddi's famous dishes.
In a 2006 Independent feature on romantic dining, author Alexandra Antonioni wrote:
"They don't make restaurants like this any more and everyone should dine at Gaddi's at least once in their lifetime. Nothing can touch it for glamour and sheer indulgence."