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London’s Acclaimed Restaurant A.Wong Pop-Up at Above & Beyond

February 23, 2017 Dining No Comments Email Email

Above & Beyond is delighted to announce that for three days only, one of London’s favourite and most celebrated British born Chinese chefs Andrew Wong will be bringing his culinary magic to Above & Beyond, with an exclusive Pop Up of his London restaurant A.Wong.

Widely celebrated for his ingenious take on authentic Chinese cuisine, Andrew will present a specially crafted tasting style menu fromThursday 30 March – Saturday 1 April 2017, showcasing a plethora of flavours and ingredients, and celebrating his uniquely modern twist on Chinese cuisine.   Each dish on the menu is inspired by a specific region of China and is served with a ceremony that reflects the country’s immense pride in its gastronomic heritage.

63 degree tea egg

On arrival guests will enjoy a unique cocktail created by Andrew alongside cocktail scientist Rachel Edwards; The Forbidden City Champagne, named after the opulent Imperial Palace in the heart of Beijing, takes diners on an exquisite culinary journey around China. Taking inspiration from ancient Chinese food rituals and imperial kitchens, carefully paired bar snacks will be served as the starter of the meal. Inspired by a trip in 2011 to Hong Kong that imbued Andrew with the courage to bring his own contemporary interpretation of celebrated dishes in Chinese cuisine, the first item on the bar snacks menu is Andrew’s prawn dumpling with foamed rice vinegar that is sure to excite.

Bar snack item, Prawn dumpling with foamed rice vinegar

The main menu will be served in five categories; egg, sea, pork, beef and chicken, with highlights including Andrew’s 63 degree tea egg, that is typical of his refinement of classical Chinese cuisine. Named after a notable military figure, General Gong Bao, Andrew’sGong bao chicken with hot pot aroma is a delicate dish of corn fed chicken served with peanuts, his own sauce and Sichuan aubergine that stays true to the cultural and historical heart of this famous export from the Sichuan Province. Another dish to be presented for the first time in Hong Kong is Andrew’s Smoked chicken and sweet corn soup, foie gras cappuccino that brings a modern twist and a touch of decadence to an age old favourite.

To end the menu Andrew is bringing a selection of desserts to Hong Kong including his much loved Poached meringue and orange sorbet dessert.

Andrew Wong

Date: 30 March – 1 April, dinner only

Price: HKD688 + 10% per person for six courses plus HKD288 + 10% for three glasses of carefully selected wine pairings.

Reservations: Call Above & Beyond at +852 3400 1318

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