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Date: 5 June 2018 – 6 June 2018 (6 June sold out)
Time: 6:30pm – 11:00pm
Details: 8 Course seasonal menu by restaurant’s chef-owner of à nu retrouvez-vous, Shohei Shimono and Chef-Founder of été, Natsuko Shoji.
Price: 8 Course seasonal menu including été dessert @ HKD 1,880 per guest | 6-glass dinner wine pairing HKD780 per guest (optional)
*Subject to 10% service charge.
Originates from Tokyo and being awarded a Michelin star for 6 consecutive years, à nu retrouvez-vous (“ à nu”) is a vivid combination of Japanese Kaiseki Ryori and traditional French cuisine. The restaurant, located in the new extension of Harbour City, is the first overseas branch of the original in Tokyo which opened in 2009. Teaming up with the highly sought-after French patisserie été from Tokyo, à nu is set to offer the highest quality of French cuisine infused with Japanese ingredients to Hong Kong gourmands.
Headquartered at Hiroo Tokyo, à nu got its first Michelin star in 2011 which continued for 6 consecutive years. Aside from its Michelin recognition, the restaurant was also highly ranked by the famous restaurant guide Gault & Millau Tokyo in 2017 as one of the 40 most recommended restaurants in Tokyo. Arriving in Hong Kong at the same time with à nu is the famed handmade French dessert label été, owned by the chef Natsuko Shoji, who honed her culinary skills from working for Michelin-starred restaurants before establishing the patisserie in 2014. été has stirred up huge buzz among Japanese netizens ever since being voted number one by celebrities in a well-known Japanese TV programme. Due to the limited daily supply of handmade cakes, été only accepted pre-orders and referrals in the beginning, with an average waiting time of over 3 months per order. However, with the increasing demand brought by the buzz among local celebrities and media, Été cake is difficult to order with a long waiting list. In French, "à nu" means "just as it is". It is the exact belief of the restaurant’s chef-owner Shohei Shimono, who has studied in France and engaged in the local culinary industry. “To have an in-depth understanding of the seasonal ingredients and enhance their taste to the fullest" is his passion. He draws on the beauty of the Japanese Kaiseki plate setting, and tries to reduce the strong flavor of traditional French cuisine at the same time. Supplemented by Japanese seasoning, he pursues to restore the original taste of the fresh ingredients with an innovative approach and aesthetic. He also emphasizes the importance of harmony and creates his unique French cuisine with a harmonious heart. His dishes can always reflect his worldviews. As a pioneer of French cuisine, he also constantly explores the avant-garde cooking techniques and flavours, so his guests would be able to “travel through time” - to enjoy the most original and natural taste of the ingredients, at the same time experience the infinite creativity of his innovative dishes.
à nu, retrouvez-vous Hiroo has retained its Michelin star for the sixth consecutive year from 2011 to 2016. Set in the panoramic location at Ocean Terminal extension building within, Harbour City, HK head chef Mr. Yusuke Kitade is now serving the seasonal menu with avant-garde flavors of the most innovative cuisine.
à nu combines the most exceptional and most selective Japanese seasonal ingredients that have been delivered on every single day in extremely intimate quantities. So, the menu and dishes are subject to change according to the seasonality of the ingredients. Be ready to embark on an impressive culinary career in an array of dishes specifically selected by the chefs according to the season and the freshest ingredients from Japan.
à nu retrouvez-vous Offical website: https://goo.gl/g6653B
Harbour City, Shop OTE 402, 4/F, Ocean Terminal 3-27, Canton Rd, Tsim Sha Tsui
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