Chefs are doing more than staying in their own restaurant kitchens to create fine menu offerings, as they expand their creative boundaries of what, where, and how they innovate. With sold-out collaborations we have seen earlier this year such as VEA’s Vicky Cheng and JL Studio’s Jimmy Lim, or Arbor’s Eric Raty and Noboru Arai from Tokyo’s Hommage, four-hands dinners are a unique opportunity to experience innovative and collaborative dishes from the city’s best culinary personalities. This summer we are in for a treat as the city’s best are inviting some of the biggest names in the restaurant business for some meals to remember.
Happy Paradise x Thailand's Le Du
As part of the second anniversary celebrations for May Chow’s contemporary Chinese eatery Happy Paradise, chef Thitid Tassanakajohn (also known as chef Ton) is returning to Hong Kong this month for a two-day culinary crossover with Chow. From what we have experienced during his previous collaboration with David Lai at Neighborhood, we are certain his new crossover at Happy Paradise will play heavily on seasonal ingredients from Hong Kong and Thailand, with homage paid to the vibrant Chinese and Thai food cultures. The Happy Paradise x Le Du four-hands dinner includes eight courses and wine pairing, available on August 14 and 15 at 7:00 pm. The dinner is priced at HK$1,280 per person.