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Alain Ducasse revitalises Hong Kong presence with Rech restaurant

Rech by Alain Ducasee Interconti HK.jpg

Legendary chef Alain Ducasse’s first foray into food was not a runaway success. As a child growing up in France he would watch his grandmother cooking and aged about 11 he decided to make a chocolate roulade himself. “My grandmother let me attempt this, although I was not up to the task,” Ducasse recalls. “Chocolate ended up everywhere and in the end the cake did not resemble a roulade at all!”

Luckily for the culinary world Ducasse was not put off by his early endeavour. Last month saw the opening of his 25th restaurant worldwide. He has chosen Asia for the first international outpost of Rech Alain Ducasse, a French seafood restaurant replacing his Spoon concept at the Intercontinental hotel in Hong Kong.

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Pierre’s Lucky Number 8

Pierre - Pierre Gagniere's 2 Michelin starred restaurant at the Mandarin Oriental Hong Kong

Pierre – Pierre Gagniere’s 2 Michelin starred restaurant at the Mandarin Oriental Hong Kong

Pierre Gagniere is making a special visit to Hong Kong this November to celebrate the 8th anniversary of his 2 Michelin starred restaurant Pierre at the Mandarin Oriental.

As part of the celebrations, Gagniere has devised an 8 course tasting menu – comprising a classic dish from each of the last 8 years. And as with his regular visits to the HK hotel, the celebrated chef will be in the Pierre kitchen preparing them.

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