Culinart Opens in HK Private Kitchen/Catering/Cooking Classes


Culinart recently opened in Aberdeen, a food specialist that offers private dining, catering, cooking classes and team building. Created by Chef Stanley Wong, who’s served the likes of Nicole Kidman and Tom Cruise (Scientologists still have to eat) the business is run out of a studio that mixes homeliness with top tier dining. Like Heston feeding people out of a manger.

Their private dining has been grabbing most of the attention. In fact, they’re booked up every night this month. Serving modern European cuisine, the 6 - 7 course menu is priced at HK$780 and changes regularly. At the moment, for instance, you’d be tucking into marinated foie gras with black garlic balsamic, and warm apricot tart with honey basil ice cream. Plus, it’s all cooked in front of you which is the gentleman's definition of teasing.

Their canapé menu looks ridiculously tasty (they offer fully fledged catering) and they also host a variety of cooking classes including Indian, Greek, Molecular - and for men who aren’t quite men yet - Grill Skills. Team building is usually based around some kind of cook-off and they also have plans to put on gourmand poker nights, which could turn into the most aggressive and expensive meal of all time.

Aberdeen eats.

22 B Kwai Bo Industrial Building, 40 Wong Chuk Hang, Aberdeen
2580 0919



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