MANDARIN ORIENTAL, HONG KONG PRESENTS LE FRENCH GOURMAY TO PIERRE AND CAFÉ CAUSETTE

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MANDARIN ORIENTAL, HONG KONG PRESENTS

LE FRENCH GOURMAY TO PIERRE AND CAFÉ CAUSETTE

 

HONG KONG, 13 April 2016  – To celebrate Le French GourMay, two-Michelin-starred restaurant, Pierre, and Café Causette at Mandarin Oriental, Hong Kong will be offering special French menus that highlight ingredients from the Alsace region throughout the month of May 2016.

 

Legendary chef Pierre Gagnaire has created a three-course and a five-course tasting menu in Pierre. Designed to showcase the chef’s extraordinary creative talent, these menus will highlight seasonal ingredients from Alsace paired with wines from the region. Some of the highlighted dishes include Snails “timbale” from Mimine with bibeleskaes and crispy lard, Frogs mousseline from Haeberlin brothers with watercress soup, and “Schnackenerddle” of beef with green asparagus tips wrapped with almonds and orange. The menus will be available** throughout May and will cost HKD 1,588* for five courses and HKD 958* for three courses.

 

The hotel’s vibrant all-day-dining restaurant, Café Causette, will be offering dishes from the region as part of its dinner specials. French comfort foods such as Escargot à l’Alsacienne (snails cooked in Riesling), Flammekueche (traditional tarte flambée), Choucroute garni (sauerkraut, smoked pork shoulder and sausage with mustard and onions) and the famed Black Forest Gâteau. Dishes can be ordered individually available from HKD108* and HKD328*.

 

* Prices are per person and exclude 10% service charge.

** Pierre’s five-course menu will be available Monday to Friday for lunch and dinner, and dinner only on Saturday. The three-course menu will be available Monday to Thursday for lunch and dinner, and lunch only on Friday.

 

MOHKG, Cafe Causette - Kitchen

 


About Le French May and Le French GourMay

Le French GourMay is part of “Le French May”, a comprehensive artistic experience that will engage all five senses of its audience. Established in 1993 by the Consulate General of France in collaboration with the Alliance Française of Hong Kong, and with the support of the Leisure and Cultural Services Department, Le French May is the most diversified festival and one of the largest cultural events in Asia. With more than 120 events in two months, Le French May is a cultural platform, from exhibitions and performances to cinema and gastronomy, that aims to discover the finest art forms, from the purest classical to the latest contemporary creations. For further information, visit www.frenchmay.com.

 

About Pierre Restaurant

Pierre is a stunning two-Michelin-starred restaurant situated on the 25th floor that offers floor-to-ceiling windows framing Victoria Harbour, and is Pierre Gagnaire’s pied-à-terre in Hong Kong. Gagnaire is the wizard of innovative French gastronomy, and one of the most original and artistic chefs in the world today. His astonishingly intricate and elaborate dishes are often described as “modern French”, although his style remains firmly rooted in traditional French cooking, resulting in dishes that are exquisitely presented and utterly original. Under the watchful eye of Jean-Denis Le Bras, Chef de Cuisine at Pierre, the menu changes seasonally, with express lunch and dégustation dinner menus served alongside the à-la-carte choices. Pierre is open for lunch from 12 noon to 2:30pm, Monday to Friday, and for dinner from 6:30pm to 10:30pm, Monday to Saturday. Reservations can be made by calling the restaurant directly on +852 2825 4001 or by e-mail at mohkg-pierre@mohg.com.