Cordis Hong Kong’s Michelin-starred Cantonese restaurant Ming Court comes together with French crystal brand Lalique in 2020 for the artistically inclined Nature Sauvage collaboration. As part of the year-long campaign, one of Ming Court’s private dining rooms is transformed into a nature-themed space replete with elegant furnishings and artsy crystal tablewares from the French maestros, to please the pupils before the palate.
Of course, the food matches the inspiring surroundings, with an 11-course menu of meticulously crafted works by Executive Chef Li Yuet Faat. Among them is the Yoshihama Dried Abalone in Jian Nan Chun Chinese Liquor, an exquisitely delicious dish with oscietra caviar and preserved plum jelly. Not only does the fragrant Chinese liquor lend complexity to the abalone, but the caviar brings the perfect amount of saltiness for a flavoursome bite that doesn’t overpower the other ingredients. Served in an alluring Lalique crystal bowl – that is a work of art in itself – this is an epicurean experience sure to bring out your inner art aficionado.
Price: $2,888 per person (reservation compulsory for parties of six or 12)