Lee Ho Fook at NGV

To celebrate A Golden Age of China: Qianlong Emperor, 1736 – 1795, renowned chef Victor Liong from Lee Ho Fook restaurant creates a Chinese banquet in the Great Hall at NGV International. This is your last chance to explore exquisite treasures from the Forbidden City on the exhibition’s closing day.

Art Special event previously on at NGV International in Victoria, Australia.
From Sunday 21 June 2015 to Sunday 21 June 2015

Lee Ho Fook at NGV image

Published by National Gallery of Victoria - International on Sunday 31 May 2015.
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Originating from Sydney, Victor Liong has worked with some of Australia’s most innovative chefs, as an apprentice to Japanese/French chef Harunobu Inukai at Galileo Restaurant (Observatory Hotel), as chef de partie for Mark Best at Marque Restaurant, and as sous chef at Dan Hong’s Mr Wong. Liong moved to Melbourne in 2013 to open his own restaurant Lee Ho Fook, in Smith Street, Collingwood.

Cooking a new style of Chinese food using skills and techniques garnered from Japanese, French and modern cooking styles and drawing from the vast and rich sources of Chinese cuisine and cultural history, Liong brings Lee Ho Fook to the NGV for one day only, to celebrate the closing of A Golden Age of China: Qianlong Emperor, 1736 – 1795.



$75 per person / $65 NGV Member – includes a drink on arrival, and an exhibition ticket to A Golden Age of China
$105 / $95 NGV Member – includes matching wines and an exhibition ticket to A Golden Age of China

Bookings: Peter Rowland Catering 03 9825 0000

All dates
11am, Sun 21 Jun 15 ›
2pm, Sun 21 Jun 15 ›