This year marks the 11th anniversary of the annual Michelin Guide Hong Kong Macau, which will commence on Tuesday, 11 December 2018 at City of Dreams in Macau. To commemorate the occasion, seven world-class chefs will come together for one night only, and create a spectacular seven-course gala dinner with the finest wines rated by the trusted wine advocate Robert Parker. ‘Metamorphosis’ is the gala dinner’s theme which will run throughout; a reflection of the adapting culinary world, and its evolution through the continuously changing landscapes and trends that shape it.

The incredible line up of award-winning chefs, whose restaurants have received a total of 16 Michelin stars in 2018, includes Hong Kong’s very own Chan Yan Tak of fine dining Cantonese restaurant Lung King Heen and legendary French chef Alain Ducasse of Hong Kong’s Rech, among others. Master Pâtissier Pierre Hermé will conclude the exclusive dinner event with a course of French pastry creations.

Evening entertainment comes in the form of Japanese dance crew and two-time ‘World of Dance’ champions Fabulous Sisters, followed by a special musical performance by Hong Kong pop singer, Kay Tse.

When: Tuesday, 11 December 2018 at 7:00pm – 10:00pm (cocktail reception at 6:00pm)

Where: Grand Ballroom, City of Dreams, Macau

What to wear: Black tie

Price: MOP4,888 per guest or MOP28,000 per table of 8 guests

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The seven-course menu created by featured chefs:

Fabrice Vulin, The Tasting Room** in Macau

Poached Gillardeau Oyster no.3, Shellfish Tartare, Sea Water Jelly, Ginger Cream and Lemon Confit from Menton

Masa Takayama, Masa*** in San Francisco

Masa Toro Caviar

Kelvin Au Yeung, Jade Dragon** in Macau

Fish Maw in Rabbitfish Soup with Crab Meat Roll

Alain Ducasse, Alain Ducasse au Plaza Athénéé*** in Paris

Cookpot of Blue Lobster, Black Truffle and Potato

Chan Yan Tak, Lung King Heen*** in Hong Kong

Steamed Sea Bass Fillet in Fermented Bean Sauce

David Kinch, Manresa*** in New York

Grilled Beef Rib Steak, Black Garlic and Matsutake, “Jus Corsé”

Pierre Hermé


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