With International Women’s Day just around the corner, one of Hong Kong’s leading female Chefs, Vicky Lau of 1-Michelin-starred TATE Dining Room and Best Female Chef of Asia’s 50 Best Restaurants 2015, unveils a series of exciting culinary events occurring throughout the day on 8 March. Proceeds will be donated to The Women’s Foundation, a non-profit organisation dedicated to improving the lives of women and girls in Hong Kong through groundbreaking research, impactful community programmes and education and advocacy of the empowerment of the female voice.
Chef Vicky Lau to Host Private Charity Cooking Class at V-ZUG Hong Kong
From 11am-2pm on 8 March, Chef Vicky Lau will host a private International Women’s Day cooking class at V-ZUG Hong Kong. The rare and special cooking class will be inclusive of a total of three dishes taught with a hands-on demonstration, and available for a maximum capacity of ten students. The class is priced at HK$2,500 per student, and includes a glass of Ruinart Blanc de Blancs and a rewarding three-course lunch made by yourself. All proceeds will be donated towards The Women’s Foundation.
For bookings, please enquire at TATE Dining Room.
Special 8-Course Cocktail Pairing Dinner by TATE Dining Room X The Old Man
On 8 March for one night only, TATE Dining Room will join forces with award-winning bar The Old Man, currently no.10 on World’s 50 Best Bars, no.5 on Asia’s 50 Best Bars and winner of DMBA 2018’s Asia Bar and Bartender of the Year Awards. Showcasing the Power of Females in the local F&B industry, Chef Vicky Lau will work alongside bartender Natalie Lau of The Old Man to create an exclusive 8-course cocktail-paired dinner menu priced at HK$1680 per guest (cocktail pairing at an additional HK$480). 15% of all proceeds from the night will be donated towards The Women’s Foundation.