Marvel Comics Pop Up Dinner with Bo Innovation's Alvin Leung and Chris Cosentino 

Marvel Comics Pop Up Dinner with Bo Innovation's Alvin Leung and Chris Cosentino 

Marvel’s heroes and villains take over HK during three-night pop-up dinner series with Bo Innovation's Alvin Leung and Chef Chris Cosentino from San Francisco 

Keshia  Keshia  on 30 Oct '15

Three Michelin starred Bo Innovation hosts three exclusive Marvel-themed dinners from 2-4 November with Chef Alvin Leung and Chef Chris Cosentino of Cockscomb Restaurant (San Francisco, California) for HK $2325

The guest chef, Chris Cosentino, is an American celebrity chef and reality television personality known as the winner of Top Chef Masters, a competitor on The Next Iron Chef and for his appearances on Iron Chef America. He is known for his haute cuisine offal dishes, and was chef-partner at Incanto in San Francisco, which is now reopened as Cockscomb. Forbes Traveler called Incanto "perhaps America’s most adventurous nose-to-tail restaurant.”

From the Avengers to Spiderman to Guardians of the Galaxy, each chef will have one night to create an exclusive Marvel-themed menu inspired by their favorite Marvel Comic characters. On November 4, the third and final night, both chefs will join forces for the first time ever and co-host an eight-course Marvel-themed exclusive dinner menu.

Exclusive deal for Foodie Members: wine pairing menu add on free (normally $390). Just mention you are a Foodie Club member when booking.

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The dinner will feature a menu consisting of the likes of (but not limited to):

Chris Cosentino 

Groot: sunflowers, sprouts, sunflower seeds
Black widow: bone marrow caviar & vodka shot
Capt. America: apple tart & aged Wisconsin cheddar

Alvin Leung

Thor: Swedish beggar chicken
Ant-man: ant eggs, caviar
Spiderman: bamboo pith, spider-crab, foie gras

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When: November 2-4, 2015, 7pm

Where: Bo Innovation

How Much: $2325 (wine pairing add $390) 

More: To make reservations, contact Bo Innovation at +852-2850-8371 or via

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