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There’s a Korean pop-up dining experience coming to Sake Central

Written by
Douglas Parkes

Following its tremendously popular Nhau Nhau pop-up last month, Sake Central has organised another tempting gastronomic crossover. This time, on Sunday December 16, coming to the kitchen in the PMQ venue is Jason Oh, a member of the ‘Kimchi Boyz’ group of Korean chefs in Hong Kong. Oh will be crafting a particularly unusual selection of pickles using Korean cooking techniques applied to Japanese ingredients that will be able from 3pm, with Sake Central opening early for the occasion.

Then, from 6pm, there will be a special food menu available to order à la carte or as a set. The following dishes are included:

Beef pyeon-yuk: braising beef brisket (simmered for 24 hours), beef tongue with Korean mustard sauce salad
Pork belly bossam: steamed pork belly, kimchi salad, and veg ssam
Bulgogi: stir-fry beef with soy sauce, pea leaves jangajji, and veg ssam
Seafood pancake: sea food, dry scallop, and leek pancake
Seaweed chicken soup and rice: seaweed, chicken meatball soup, and multi-grain rice

Prices per plate start at $120; the pickle tasting platter will also be available in the evening for $68. If the pop-up is anywhere near as popular as the Nhau Nhau one, reservations are definitely recommended to avoid or call 2656 6552 to save your spot.

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