Dine for a Cause: The 25th Great Chefs of Hong Kong

Dine for a Cause: The 25th Great Chefs of Hong Kong

50 of Hong Kong's leading hotels and restaurants collaborate to raise funds for children with special needs

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Foodie  Foodie Your Guide to Good Taste  on 12 Mar '17


Taking place this year on 27 April 2017, Great Chefs of Hong Kong is back and celebrating its silver jubilee – we can't believe it's been 25 years! Collaborating to bring a spectacular evening to Grand Hyatt Hong Kong, the finest chefs from nearly 50 of Hong Kong's must critically acclaimed restaurants (including those from The Luxe Manor, Island Shangri-La, InterContinental Hong Kong and The Peninsula) have donated their time – and food – to support a very worthwhile cause. 


Experience the crème de la crème of Hong Kong's culinary scene while aiding Heep Hong Society, a leading rehabilitation organisation dedicated to empowering children and youth with special needs. The money raised will go directly towards Heep Hong's Parents Resource Centres, where the parents and families of special needs children and youth are supported and educated through enquiry hotlines, libraries, training activities, workshops, support groups and more. The incredible generosity of Hong Kong has helped 4,000 special needs children and their families to receive timely holistic support every year. 


Experience signature dishes from Hong Kong's favourite dining destinations, including:


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'Club' crab and mango from InterContinental Hong Kong.


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Lobster roll with garlic butter and avocado on a charcoal bun from Grand Hyatt Hong Kong.The richness of the garlic butter brings out the freshness of the lobster meat, balanced with a refreshing (and very generous) dollop of creamy avocado and crisp lettuce.


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The Sweet Ending from Island Shangri-La.


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Ibérico pork cheek bao from One Minden Tapas Kitchen, representing an eclectic fusion of Spanish and Chinese flavours – and it works!


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Assorted chocolates from The Peninsula Boutique. We think the apple pie, Earl Grey and gianduja (a northern Italian mix of chocolate and hazelnut) are the best flavours, but you'll have to decide for yourself.


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Super soupy Dong Lai Shun lamb dumplings from The Royal Garden Hotel.


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Silken salmon from Tamarind, cooked in a spicy, mouth-watering Thai sauce.


Cop a general ticket ($880 per person) for access to signature dishes from 30 restaurants in the Grand Hyatt's Grand Ballroom. The pricier Great Chefs Plus ticket ($1,580 per person) entitles each guest to signature dishes from 40 restaurants in addition to access to the Grand Ballroom. Priced at $1,980 per person, the Star Chefs Plus ticket is perfect for anyone who wants to splash out for a meaningful cause. This ticket offers signature dishes from over 50 restaurants and a seat at the cosy Tiffin Lounge – talk about luxury treatment!


A gourmet dining experience and giving back to society? It's a no-brainer, really.


Click here to book online.





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