Wednesday, September 15, 2010

Chef Alvin Leung, Molecular Gastronomy Meets Chinese Cuisine

This should excite the food connoiseurs out there. Firstly, let me point you to the website, that requires you to declare you are above 18 years of age, AND, a non-Muslim. Click HERE. Why is that? Well, for starters, the organisers of this event are HENNESSY X.O.

[Excerpts lifted from Presskit]
Themed, APPRECIATION GROWS, this gastronomic event features Chef Alvin Leung, whose revolutionary and award winning fusion of molecular gastronomy (YUP, MOLECULAR GASTRONOMY!) and Chinese Cuisine has created new taste sensations that give diners a unique experience everytime.

His Bo Innovation became Hong Kong's only independent restaurant to be awarded TWO Michelin stars by the prestigious Michelin Guide.

In a specially constructed dome, built at the Bukit Kiara Equesterian Club, Bukit Kiara.

20th - 25th September, 2010

RM800 per head. I think its net.

You can view the entire menu on the website, but in case you can't get in because you are under 18 years of age, or alcohol is not allowed in your faith, then to give you some highlights:

Glass Garden - An avant garde HK interpretation of a garden dish, made from baked morel soil, dehydrated enoki, braised caterpillar fungus and green onion puree.

Palate Fantastique - With pan fired foie gras, metilcellulose and xantana.

Wagyu Wonders- An Alvin Leung specialty of sous vide wagyu striploin, cheung fun and black truffle.

You know its exotic when half the words show up as errors on spell check!

For further information, call 03-2178 0230 or log on to the website.


Tummy Rumble said...

wow, certainly sounds like an experience.. expensive lah... and i probably won't be free.. make sure you take loads of pictures man...

thule a.k.a leo said...

my 2 months budget for food!!!