- Starts : January 1st, 1970
Environmentally-Friendly Fine-Dining: Mott 32, Hong Kong’s home of exquisite Cantonese fine-dining, is taking another pioneering step in its continued efforts towards environmental protectionism by introducing the city’s first standalone Cantonese fine-dining menu made entirely from plants. The creative new menu is the result of months of intensive R&D by the Mott 32, and the dishes – a mix of classics given a vego spin and inspired new plates – speak for themselves. Highlights of the new menu include the Signature Peking “Duck” with Crispy Tofu Skin, Pickled Cucumber, and Chinese Pancakes; Crispy “Eel” with Fried Shredded Mushrooms, French Green Beans, and Sesame; Salt & Pepper “Squid” made with Coconut Meat and Crispy Baby Corn; the Signature Smoked “Cod”; and the Crispy “Chicken” made with Szechuan Red Peppercorns, Dried Chili, and Cashew Nuts.
When? Available now
Where? Standard Chartered Bank Building, 4-4A Des Voeux Rd Central, Central
How much? Varies.
How to book? Call 2898-3788or email firstname.lastname@example.org
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Written by The Loop HK for Mott 32
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