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Meet the Chef

Originating from Sydney, Victor has worked with some of Sydney’s most innovate chefs; Harunobu Inukai , Mark Best and Dan Hong. Moving to Melbourne in 2013 to open Lee Ho Fook in Collingwood. Cooking a new style of Chinese food using skills and techniques garnered from years with Japanese, French and modern cooking styles. Drawing from the vast and rich areas of Chinese cuisine and cultural and historical repertoire. Lee Ho Fook moved to Duckboard Place in the CBD opening in August 2015.

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Chef Victor Liong
  • Average price $88 Special request
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Crispy Eggplant
Silken Tofu

Ratings & Reviews

based on 556 reviews
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Quality of food :9/10
Service :8.8/10
Setting :8.5/10
  1. Susan M.
    Susan M.
    • one review

    Consistently one of the best. Food is simply fabulous. So many wonderful choices with great cocktails and wine. The service is attentive, fun without getting in the way of conversation.

  2. Emily L.
    Emily L.
    • 3 reviews

    Attentive and professional service with excellent food and wine list. We have had many great meals here. Never been disappointed. Will try to duck next time!

  3. Darren K.
    Darren K.
    • 4 reviews

    Delicious food. Friendly, helpful service.

  4. Diana L.
    Diana L.
    • 3 reviews

    Food was good but nothing spectacular. Disappointing that the dan dan noodles are not available for dinner. The special which was a scarlet prawn noodle dish was quite good but portions were very small. Loved the kingfish sashimi as an entree. Waiters were overall very friendly and helpful except for the bald male manager who seemed a bit pretentious.

  5. Alana G.
    Alana G.
    • one review

    The food is absolutely sensational. They pack in so much flavour to every dish. Servings are very generous and it’s great value, considering the quality of the food and the quantity. The service and atmosphere are great too. All in all it’s one of my fave restaurants.

  6. George H.
    George H.
    • one review

    Dined there a couple of weeks ago, food was excellent. Different story tonight, the lamb was coated in salt, way way too much, couldn’t eat it. Other meals and atmosphere was great though

  7. Kim L.
    Kim L.
    • one review

    Great service and food was exceptional

  8. Leigh M.
    Leigh M.
    • 18 reviews

    A delicious lunchtime meal with a friend who is mostly a fish eating vegetarian. We shared four dishes - the highlight being the famous eggplant sticks. Good wine list too. A light airy space upstairs. Nice staff.

  9. Nicole A.
    Nicole A.
    • one review

    We mage a booking after seeing it the chef and his sister I believe in an SBS cooking show ! The food was delicious with lots of flavour and the service was fantastic!

  10. Kathleen G.
    Kathleen G.
    • one review

    Staff were super friendly and helpful. Food was amazing, full of delicious flavours and textures. My fave was the jasmine tea custard,sublime.

  11. Adeline L.
    Adeline L.
    • 4 reviews

    Disappointed, quality of food has dropped

  12. PAM K.
    PAM K.
    • 9 reviews

    One of Melbourne's best Asian restaurants. The crispy fried eggplant is a must. Also the barramundi. Desserts divine. Small but good wine list.

  13. Andrea a.
    Andrea a.
    • 2 reviews

    About the 5th time I’ve been here. Great for social and business dinners and excellent for date-night. Originally came for the name (a lyric in a song which gained my interest) but returned for the food and atmosphere.

  14. Ashley B.
    Ashley B.
    • 31 reviews

    Wonderful contemporary Asian inspired cuisine using the best of local produce.

  15. John  p.
    John p.
    • one review

    Fantastic food and great service

  16. Peter M.
    Peter M.
    • one review

    This restaurant was recommended by a friend and was excellent - welcome, service, wine and food offer - intimate setting and we will be back at earliest opportunity.

  17. YANG S.
    YANG S.
    • one review

    We didn't expect the food is this good and full of surprise. The fried rice has unconventional taxture, extremely delicious. The most impressive dish to us is actually the roast duck, juicy and tender, best duck I had ever. Love this restaurant and certainly will be back again.

  18. Bronwyn  S.
    Bronwyn S.
    • 2 reviews

    Great Restaurant. The food was amazing. There speciality crisp eggplant is a must. The lamb was also outstanding. Service was great. Highly recommend this restaurant.

  19. Richard B.
    Richard B.
    • 10 reviews

    Great food and service. Will be back.

  20. Eileen C.
    Eileen C.
    • one review

    Just disappointed that I didn’t get to try the roast duck my friend raved about. Didn’t know I had to prebook it ahead of time Other than that, it’s an interesting contemporary Chinese cuisine

More information

Opening time

Thursday - Saturday 16:00-21:00

How to get to the restaurant

11-15 Duckboard Pl, 3000, Melbourne (VIC), Australia

Directions to get there

Melbourne CBD, Melbourne City

About the restaurant

It is thought that in the late 1800s, one in every three Australian cooks was of Chinese descent. Try naming a rural town that doesn’t have a Chinese restaurant… can you? Lee Ho Fook takes that long entrenched tradition of Chinese cuisine in Australia and thrusts it into the modern era with creative dishes like Chong Qing style chicken crackling or ‘Typhoon Shelter style tofu’.

The name, Lee Ho Fook, means ‘good fortune for your mouth’ and it won’t take you long to figure out why. With a personal touch to each meal, the restaurant prides itself on being ‘new style Chinese’. Another thing to be proud of is the Good Food Guide hat, which it has now held for several years.

Take a stroll down this Melbourne laneway and let Victor Liong and his team show you some new ways with your favourite Chinese food.



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