Beginning on September 9, culinary enthusiasts in Hong Kong can enjoy eight consecutive Saturdays of gourmet food at “The Pass”, a late night supper club held in an undisclosed private location. The series of pop-up dinners will treat guests to “off menu” multiple course dinner, paired with free-flow premium wines, cocktails and digestifs.
Eight leading chefs have been invited to showcase their untapped talents and secret repertoires. Chefs include Nathan Green, former 22 Ships chef in Wanchai and now running family-style restaurant in Sai Ying Pun called Rhoda (after his grandmother); Ronald Rodrigues of authentic Indonesian restaurant KAUM at Potato Head HK; and veteran chef and Chinese regional cuisine master Fung Man-Ip of Duddell’s.
Chefs creating off-the-menu surprises
“The Pass” kicked off on September 9 with Josh Hartland of Mak Mak serving up coconut braised beef rib, roast crispy pork belly and coconut and tapioca pudding with kaffir lime sugar.
The only rule is that the chefs are told to cook off the menu, meaning if they are familiar with a dish it could lead to some interesting adaptations … or disasters! Considering the talent participating, one highly doubts the food will disappoint.
Upcoming menus – book now!
Check out more menus and ticket information at Ticketflap. Limited to only 20 seats per dinner so get your tickets quick! Tickets range from HKD $1,000–1,800 per diner (+ $10 booking fee). Each instalment can be booked in entirety, in small parties, or individually.
Not going to be in Hong Kong? Check out these fabulous New York supper clubs and see how they compare.
Happy eating, Hong Kong!
Written By: Adriane Rysz