Fancy some baijiu on a hump day? Many tend to shy away from this popular alcoholic bevvy from China as it’s known for its high alcohol content. Not for the folks at Deng G Chengdu Bistro & Baiijiu Bar though – they perfectly embrace it.
Coriander mojito (with a baijiu twist)
On Thursday, 30 March, sit back and chill with your pals with a few drinks and delicious bites in hand – explore the beauty of baijiu with a cocktail demo at Deng G Chengdu Bistro & Baijiu Bar! At an intimate session helmed by Mexican mixologist Héktor Monroy, winner of the International Bartenders Association’s Best Latin American Mixologist of Europe award and named the Best Shaker in Spain 2010, you’re sure to walk away with some impressive cocktail-mixing tips.
Aside from learning how to make the bar’s exclusive baijiu drinks like the coriander mojito and baijiu colada, Héktor will also be teaching classic cocktails such as the margarita and negroni, drinks that he guarantees everyone can easily make in the comfort of their own home.
Sliced pork with garlic and chilli
Spice up the mid-week with some specials from the restaurant like Chengdu skewers, pork dumplings Chengdu style, Lazhi chicken and sliced pork with garlic and chilli. Nothing gives that much-needed kick better than authentic Sichuan food, especially from Deng G, a restaurant that was opened in collaboration with one of the most talented Sichuan chefs in China, Deng Huadong.
What are you waiting for? It's time for some spice, spice, baby!
When: Thursday, 30 March, 7–9pm
Where: Deng G Chengdu Bistro & Baijiu Bar, 2/F, 147 Queen's Road East, Wanchai
How much: $200 for Foodie Club members; $270 for non-members. Ticket includes 1 alcoholic drink, cocktail samplers from the cocktail demo and a range of tapas sharing platters.
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