Chef Sat Bains to Perform in Hong Kong

Travel News Asia Videos Podcasts Latest Travel News Asia Tuesday, 26 August 2014

Chef Sat Bains, a rising star and chef as well as the owner of Englands two-Michelin-starred Restaurant Sat Bains with Rooms, will showcase his cuisine in two restaurants at Mandarin Oriental, Hong Kong from 16 to 18 October.

His first time cooking in Hong Kong, Chef Bains will bring four of his award-winning team of chefs, and will present his innovative style of cuisine with a hint of his Asian heritage for lunch and dinner at Mandarin Grill + Bar, together with an exclusive dinner menu in the hotel's most intimate restaurant, The Krug Room.

Guests at both restaurants will be able to sample Chef Bains signature dishes, Chicken Muesli, Anjou Pigeon, and Wagyu Beef Tartar, showcasing his culinary vision and philosophy of texture, taste, and temperature.

A ten-course dinner menu will be available on Thursday, 16 October to Saturday, 18 October, and a seven-course lunch menu will be available on Friday, 17 October at Mandarin Grill + Bar.

In addition, an extended 12-course dinner menu will be available on Thursday, 16 October to Saturday, 18 October in The Krug Room.

We are honoured to welcome Chef Bains and his team to Mandarin Oriental, Hong Kong, and delighted to introduce one of the UKs leading culinary talents to Hong Kong gastronomes, said Director of Food and Beverage Nicolas Dubort. His honest, down-to-earth cooking style, married with his balance of flavours and well thought out menu, is an experience not to be missed.

Prices are as follows:

Lunch Tasting Menu at Mandarin Grill + Bar: HK$1,698 per person without wines, HK$1,998 per person with wines;

Dinner Tasting Menu at Mandarin Grill + Bar: HK$2,888 per person with wines; and

Dinner Tasting Menu at The Krug Room: HK$3,488 per person with wines.

Prices are subject to 10% service charge. Advance reservations are advised.

Mandarin Oriental, Hong Kong, Krug Room, Chef, Gourmet, Wine, Sat Bains

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