Mews of Mayfair celebrate Hong Kong – Live in London – Monday 12th – Sunday 25th September 2011

Hong Kong

Mews of Mayfair is delighted to announce their involvement with the Hong Kong Tourism Board to celebrate the ‘Best of Hong Kong – Asia’s World City Food and Wine Festival’.

The two-week event has started  on Monday 12th September with an opening ceremony and themed festival on South Molton Street.

Mews will be running an Asian influenced Menu alongside our A la Carte menu available in the First Floor Restaurant, Courtyard and La Cave from Monday 12th until Sunday 25th  September.

London

Chef Tsang commented “I am thrilled to be coming to London.  My menu at Mews of Mayfair will allow diners to experience the best of Hong Kong in London.”

Chef Tsang will be working alongside Mews Head Chef Alan Marchetti in creating the dishes.

The Festival will celebrate the Best of Hong Kong – Asia’s World City bringing culture, food & wine and fun together.

We are delighted to bring the best of Hong Kong to London; showcasing the vibrant, cosmopolitan fusion of east and west through its cuisine and culture.”

Dawn Page, Director UK & Northern Europe, HKTB

Ask yourself, “What do I know about Hong Kong?” If your answer starts with a hesitating “Erm…” then do not miss the opportunity to escape your daily London Life and come to Lancashire Court. Streets and alleyways will be decorated.

It’ll be like walking in the city itself, also known as the Pearl of the Orient.

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About Mews of Mayfair

Mews is one of Mayfair’s best-kept secrets: a sophisticated four-floor restaurant and bar with an air of exclusivity, but no membership fee in sight. Tucked away in a historic courtyard, the converted mews houses offer a venue that’s as smart and stylish as its location – the very heart of Mayfair. With infinite possibilities for private events, each of our rooms has a unique character and a touch of eccentricity, making Mews an elegant and unforgettable destination for dining, drinking and dancing.
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