This Likoufu is a particularly popular Chinese restaurant in Melbourne. We booked a private room in advance. The dining environment is really spacious and comfortable, and the style of dishes is also very authentic. I can see the level of the chef.
The small seafood made is similar to the domestic Xiangshan seafood. The small abalone tastes quite good. The boiled shrimp contains seaweed, which tastes quite good, with a bit of sea water, and the fried pork belly is delicious.
As an innovative Chinese cuisine, it still guarantees some of the characteristics of authentic Chinese cuisine. The sweet and sour pork loin is not made into sweet and sour fried pork ribs like other foreign Chinese restaurants. It is worth a visit.
A restaurant where you can come and eat frequently. After all, I am not used to eating western food.
Ling Han takes you to the best of Melbourne·Phase 5 Lee Ho Fook. There are hidden dragons and crouching tigers in Melbourne’s alleys. Among them, Flinders Lane and its branches have the most restaurants. There is a new Chinese restaurant called Lee Ho Fook in Duckboard Pl. The Chinese name is "利" "Koufu", chef Victor Liong combines Southeast Asian flavors with Chinese cuisine, inherits the tastes of the older generation of Chinese in Guangdong and Fujian who immigrated to Australia, and transforms and innovates in the overseas soil. In this restaurant with very traditional name and interior decoration, research and development Many dishes are novel and unique but still retain the background of Chinese flavor. They are delicious and authentic. The whole restaurant creates the atmosphere of a small bar and restaurant, and the price is very affordable. Good Food Guide official rating: 1 Hat personal recommendation index: Address: 11-15 Duckboard Pl, Melbourne VIC 3000