Ta Pantry Welcome to the Pantry

[26/08/10] 

The 'dinner party' has to be one of the most axiomatic signs of maturity. Friends cluster together under the roof of one of their own, to share in a meal made with love and harmony. Except someone always spills the cheap Merlot, and invariably the towering pile of dishes is so high at the end of the night, that your helper will need oxygen tanks just to get to the desert wine glasses. Cause let's face it, we're in Hong Kong, a city conducive to many things, but not home entertaining.

If you're looking to replicate that dinner party ambiance however, Ta Pantry might be just what the heart desires.

Catering to six (eight at a stretch more akin to a cha chan tang at lunchtime), it's a canvas on which chef Esther Sham can show off her culinary prowess; one that has been nurtured during her time at two Michelin-starred restaurant Amber.

Themed after a pottery barn (and the size of a pottery kiln), expect a good wine selection and both Japanese and Shanghainese menus featuring the likes of black truffle on sushi, miso cod, and 'melting' onion duck carved at the table.

And best yet, you won't be stuck with the dishes.

Ta Pantry
Set menu from $500pp – Reservations only
Flat C, 1/F, Moonstar Court, 2D Star St, Wan Chai, Tel: 2121 8121

Nuts & Bolts
The 'dinner party' private kitchen

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