Time Out says
With its spacious and stylish interiors and its warm, homey vibe, Ta Pantry is an easy favourite for private dinner parties. The brainchild of chef Esther Sham, Ta Pantry started off as a tiny private kitchen housed within a Star Street apartment. It moved into a bigger space in North Point for a brief while before resettling in Wan Chai with an adjoining restaurant, Maison Es. The space is decked out like someone’s home, with a long dining table that seats up to 24 people, a 48-inch TV screen and a fully equipped open kitchen. There are several set menus to choose from, including Le Japonais ($750-$850 per person), L’Indochine ($750 per person) and Le Shanghaien ($750 per person) – many bring together Esther’s Asian heritage with her French culinary training. There are also more than 140 different wines on offer, meaning that your glass will never be empty. There’s a $10,000 minimum spend Monday-Thursday and $13,500 on weekends and public holidays.