DALLOYAU is steeped in history as the only maison de gastronomie to serve the Palace of Versailles’ royal court since 1682. Over three centuries ago, Charles Dalloyau began serving the French royal family as Louis XIV’s Officier de Bouche (master cook), a regal honour for the Dalloyau family that continued through the reigns of Louis XV, Marie Antoinette and beyond. Today, DALLOYAU is an esteemed brand with locations all across the world and a rich legacy of 30,000 unique recipes, collected over centuries of culinary excellence. The two DALLOYAU bistros in Hong Kong unveil a more refined and vibrant menu that celebrates quality French living and culinary culture. Featuring a divine selection of classic comfort delights, dairy-free alternatives and iconic French specialties in sharing portions, guests can experience a harmony of timeless techniques, bold creativity, premium ingredients and an incomparable royal legacy of gastronomy without flying to Paris.
PUBLIC is where people come together. Whether you’re after a quick-bite post-meeting at PUBLIC Deli, a leisurely lunch with long-time clients at PUBLIC Restaurant, our venues serve everything from sandwiches to sushi for dine-in and take-away. Whatever your taste, PUBLIC is your place to unwind.
Discovered by Louis XIV in 1682, the DALLOYAU "Officiers de Bouche" had dazzled the Court of Versailles until the French revolution. In 1802, the DALLOYAU family founded the first "Maison de Gastronomie" at the 101, rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré in Paris.Over the generations, the family nurtured and conveyed the excellence of its expertiseto all the gourmets in France and around the world. DALLOYAU shares the French art de vivre with avant-garde and mythical creations.
Plat du Jour is your local French bistro, where we proudly serve authentic cuisine in a stylish setting. “Plat du Jour” means a dish of the day, and our menu offers regional French favourites, from Beef Bourguignon and Steak Frites, to Pan-Seared King Scallop and Côte de Porc. It’s all part of our classic approach to the country’s cooking, pairing simple Gallic dishes with a selection of French fine wines.
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