5 Quirky Private Dining Spots in Hong Kong

5 Quirky Private Dining Spots in Hong Kong

A look at some of the most unique private dining experiences for your next group booking

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natalie  natalie  on 24 Jul '18


Dine Art

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At Dine Art, it does what it says on the tin. Customers are treated to a combination of fine cuisine paired with a gallery-style environment in this huge 4,000-square-foot art space where every wall is covered with masterpieces. This includes fine art from notable Australian painter Fred Williams and famous Chinese-French painter Zao Wou Ki. The chefs here go to great lengths to create exceptional, authentic, family-recipe Italian dishes such as home-made Tortelli, with a seasonal menu that changes monthly.

Suite A, 16/F, Kwai Bo Industrial Building, 40 Wong Chuk Hang Road, Wong Chuk Hang, 2805 8555, reservations


Mapuche Chileno

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Mapuche is an independent, family-run business located a short ferry ride away on Lantau Island. They have a unique one-stop shop offering imported products from Chile, Spain, Mexico and Australia that you can sample during your meal and purchase to take home. The private kitchen showcases three tasting menus ranging from Chilean, to Spanish, to vegetarian. They sell premium Hispanic wines and spirits, craft beers, healthy salad boxes and offer delivery across Lantau Island. They also offer free cooking classes for domestic helpers.

Shop B, Silver Centre, 10 Ferry Pier Road, Mui Wo, Lantau Island, 2522 2177 or 9417 9485, hola@mapuchehongkong.com


Comilonas

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Comilonas serves traditional dishes from Barcelona. The family-style sharing menu (from $550/person) consists of six tasting dishes, salad, paella and dessert to top it all off. The menu changes slightly according to what’s in season, and the entire meal is narrated by the husband-and-wife duo behind it all. Catalan wines and sangria can also be provided upon request. They will come directly to your home or host you in you whichever special space you book.

Flat B, 1/F, Yiuga Factory Building, 62 Victoria Road, Kennedy Town, 3520 2346, info@comilonas.biz


Dining at Home

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Dining at Home in Kwun Tong places the spotlight on Japanese-influenced seafood-based dishes alongside three different services: ready-to-eat food for home, dining at their open kitchen and cooking at home. Dining at Home’s most popular dishes include their seafood don and homemade mentaiko sauce don, so be sure to try those while you’re there.

Room 14G, Yip Win Factory Building, 10 Tsun Yip Lane, Kwun Tong, 2789 2856 or 9367 2127 (WhatsApp)


Kea’s Kitchen

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Let’s take a “look-sea” (#sorrynotsorry) at the private dining experience at Kea’s Kitchen. This private kitchen offers authentic Thai food where you actually dine out on the water. And, needless to say, the seafood is top notch.

Mooring 5345, Typhoon Shelter, Shum Wan Pier, Aberdeen, 6077 5964


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