Hong Kong Chef Vicky Lau has invited three Asian female chefs to cook together at a unique collaboration lunch that will take place at the Tate Dining Room on 27 March.
With Asia’s biggest culinary award ceremony just around the corner on 26th March, Hong Kong and Macau are preparing for the arrival of top chefs and esteemed gourmands from around the region.
To celebrate this occasion, Chef Vicky Lau is organising a lunch bringing together four powerhouse chefs at Tate Dining Room to prepare a special lunch for discerning guests. The chefs taking part in this lunch together with Vicky are chef Bee Satongun of 1-Michelin-starred PASTE Bangkok (Asia’s Best Female Chef 2018), Margarita Fores of Grace Park (Asia’s Best Female Chef 2016), and Natsuko Shoji of invitation-only restaurant, Été.
The undisputed queen of Innovative French Chinese fine dining in Hong Kong, Chef Vicky Lau takes pride in her talent for visual artistry from her previous life as a graphic designer. Her innate creativity is evident in the seasonally-evolving tasting menu of “Edible Stories”, each course designed by Chef Vicky Lau to evoke emotions and stir the imagination with an intriguing play on flavours and textures. Chef Vicky Lau’s culinary skill and artistic talent earned TATE Dining Room’s first Michelin Star in 2013, successfully maintaining its star in the years that followed. In 2017, TATE Dining Room relocated to a more versatile reincarnation on Hollywood Road, which also houses Chef Lau’s new dessert venture on the ground floor, Poem Patisserie.